Dynamics 365 CRM offering, which is yet to officially launch today has some information on the pricing and licensing details, revealed through a company post that disappeared soon after publising.
Microsoft is expected to share details about Dynamics 365 at its Dynamics User Group Summit in Florida, on October 11.
According to Microsoft post “new ERP/CRM bundle Dynamics 365, includes Dynamics AX, CRM Online, hosted on Azure for businesses and enterprises.” In addtion, also included is the new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) financials offering known as Project Madeira. And, it features a Common Data Model, a database of common business entities.
The post also details that users will be able to take advantage of different Enterprise and Business edition bundles, or they can mix and match modules from then variety of licensing offering.
The difference between the two according to post is “Business edition of Dynamics 365 is aimed at companies with between 10 and 250 employees. And includes Sales, Marketing and Financial modules.” Only Financial module codenamed Project Madeira, will be available later this year. The other two modules are coming next year.
While, “Enterprise edition is for 250-plus employees.” The offerings in this edition includes Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Field Service, Project Service, and Operations modules.
Additionally, Business Edition will offer two licensing options: “a $50 per user per month license,” other one a “Team Members Business Edition for light users, will cost $5 per user per month,” according to the post.
For that price, users will get Financials, Sales, Marketing, and PowerApps. (PowerApps is Microsoft’s business-app development service.)
On the other hand, Microsoft’s Enterprises edition licensing include four options:
- “One module at a time — “depending on module”, the costs varies between $40 to $190 per user per month.
- Plan 1 costs $115 per user per month.
- Plan 2, which adds Operations costs $210 per user per month.
- and Team Members Enterprise Edition for “light users” costs $10 per user per month,” official noted (via ZDNet).
In other Dynamics new, HP previously a Salesforce customer, ealier last week signed a six-year deal with Microsoft to use Dynamics CRM solution to handle their daily marketing, sales, and service operations.
Scott Guthrie, executive VP of cloud and enterprise at Microsoft during an on-stage interview at the Deutsche Bank technology conference stated: “HP is a very large Salesforce shop — or they were until yesterday. It was a Salesforce takeout. HP Inc. is planning a massive migration and a big bet on Dynamics. It’s one of the more public wins we’ve had.”