Microsoft Dynamics 365 pricing has been updated for 2018, effective April 2. This article will outline the changes and updates to Dynamics 365 licensing and pricing. For full pricing and licensing info. and an overview video visit our
There is a new sales license - Sales Professional, $65 per user/month. Microsoft describes this license as "core sales force automation". It enables a user to manage Leads, Opportunities, Accounts, Contacts, Activities, Quotes, Orders, Invoices, Marketing Lists and Sales Campaigns.
Sales Pro. users do not have access to Competitors, Sales Goal Management, Territory Management, InsideView, Relationship Insights or Mobile Offline.
There are also limits on Custom Entities (15), Business Process Flows (5) and Custom Workflows (15)
The Sales Enterprise license is unchanged at $95 per user/month.
You can mix & match Pro and Enterprise but not in the same tenant.
Both Pro and Enterprise Sales licenses now have Case Management included.
New Marketing Automation Module
Microsoft has released their new Marketing application, Dynamics 365 for Marketing. It can be licensed as a standalone application or added to your Dynamics 365 subscription.
Pricing - $1500 per month standalone
It is included for customers who license the Customer Engagement Plan with at least 10 licensed users.
Add it to your Dynamics 365 subscription for $750 per month.
Each level has a max. number of contacts. The contact limitations are based on the total of both active and inactive contacts in your Dynamics 365 database. You can buy 5000 additional contacts for $250 per month.
Business Central is the newly released version of the "Small Business Edition Financials" application (code named Tenerife previously). Business Central is the full version Microsoft Navision in the cloud. There are three license options:
Team Member - Light use - $8 user/month
Essential - All the core functionality - $70 user/month
Premium - Everything in Essential plus Service Management & Manufacturing
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