Andrew Bibby on The MVP Show

Andrew Bibby on The MVP Show

Andrew Bibby
Microsoft Business Applications MVP


  • Personal and professional background – family, working in London, 12 years working with Dynamics 
  • Living in England and growing up in Devon, popular places to go and dishes in Devon 
  • How he started working in Dynamics 
  • Perception on Microsoft partner ecosystem, especially in the UK 
  • Pivoting to a different role – from a developer to solution architect to a “translator” role 
  • How upskilling to prosci has impacted the way he worked or engaged in projects and with customers 
  • What “doing the work before the project” means 
  • Thoughts on what other people say about change management 
  • Being one of the top 10 Dynamics influencers according to, contributions to the community 
  • Steps Andrew takes to do more community work 
  • Being an independent contractor  
  • Being an MVP and how it has affected his marketability as an independent contractor 
  • MVPs that have influenced Andrew’s career 
  • Doing it all again, would Andrew have pivoted to Dynamics in his career 
  • Words to give to people wanting to make a career shift to Dynamics 

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Andrew Bibby

Andrew Bibby is a Microsoft certified Dynamics 365 / CRM specialist and Microsoft Business Applications MVP for Dynamics 365. He is experienced in delivering solutions across all stages of the project lifecycle; from pre-sales through to design, customization, implementation and training.

Andrew's main focus is on the implementation of Dynamics 365 CRM solutions. He specialises in interpreting complex requirements into functional and technical specifications that underpin the design of successful business solutions. He has extensive experience in delivering CRM solutions in complex business environments and optimising existing systems to meet changing business needs.

He is currently operating as an independent consultant (through CRM Plus Ltd), completing assignments for high profile organisations including Willis Group, Catlin, South West Water, The Pensions Regulator and Wesleyan Assurance Society.