Microsoft Dynamics 365 – ??
The Dynamics 365 model is a new addition to Microsoft’s ERP and CRM product line which allow for adding on third party solutions and content packs. Those add-ons will be available through Microsoft AppSource app store. The new offering, which will be available starting this fall, will include financials, field service, sales, operations, marketing, project service automation, and customer service,
The Dynamics 365 service will be integrated with Office 365, using a common data model with Microsoft’s Office-in-the-cloud service.
Choice extends to pricing with Microsoft Dynamics 365. Get monthly plans—with apps packaged for savings—or standalone applications. Opt for full or light use.
Two models are there now
- Enterprise edition—Plans and applications for businesses with hundreds to thousands of users
- Business edition—Applications for small and medium-sized organizations with up to a few hundred users
For more pricing details, click here
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 (On-Premises), Enterprise edition Licensing Guide
- Dynamics 365 Youtube channel
- Self-service web portals in Dynamics 365
- Admin & Onboarding
New datacenter regions for Dynamics 365 (online)
The Dynamics 365 Roadmap provides a snapshot of what Microsoft team is working on. Use this roadmap to find out what is being made generally available and what is in development. Click here to know more.
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