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As promised, I am posting a series of blogs related to the session I presented at eXtremeCRM 2014 on using external JScript resources with CRM. The first topic I want to tackle, is using the Bootstrap progress bar with percentage in CRM.

The business concept revolves around the fact that most sales people are looking for a quick way to identify what completion percentage each lead is at. While now you can achieve something similar using the Business Process Flows, the addition of the fields to each step, and the whole presentation in some cases might be taking too much real estate. Furthermore, with the progress bar you can present a more granular progression that you would normally do with Business Process Flows.

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