Microsoft Dynamics 365 Branding and Pricing Explained

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 is more than just a rebranding of Microsoft’s ERP and CRM products. Still, many decision makers and professionals may be unaware of the changes and improvements to Microsoft’s business management offerings and their licensing. The new white paper from the CRM Software Blog sheds some light on Microsoft’s new cloud business management solution and the exciting improvements it can bring to your organization.

Download: But Really...What is Dynamics 365?

First of all, the branding has indeed changed. What was once divided according to several on-premises ERP and CRM solutions is now a modular system divided according to functionality. Microsoft Dynamics 365 manages three business processes: financial, operational and sales. Each functionality is further divided into applications, and you can purchase the applications individually or all together, providing you with the flexibility your business needs to expand, change and evolve. Data in your applications is shared universally and effortlessly integrated with other Microsoft business products such as Microsoft Office 365.

The apps that would traditionally fall under the ERP category are now called Dynamics 365 Unified Operations Plan. Included is:

  • Finance and Operations
  • Retail
  • Talent

(They are available in the cloud or on-premises for $190 per user).

Request a free automated Quick Quote of Dynamics ERP pricing.

The apps that would have traditionally been related to CRM are now called Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Plan. Included is:

  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Customer Service
  • Field Service
  • Project Service Automation

(They are available in the cloud and (in limited form) on-premises for $115 per user).

Request a free automated Quick Quote of Dynamics CRM pricing.

If you need both options, you can opt for the Dynamics 365 Plan for $210 per user.

Finally, Dynamics 365 also offers the cloud-based Power Platform, which includes:

  • Power BI
  • Power Apps
  • Microsoft Flow
  • Common Data Service

If you only need certain apps and certain functionality, you can pick and choose just the ones you need from $40 to $170 per user/month.

With transparent pricing models and the flexibility to add the cloud and on-premises applications you need, Dynamics 365 is the most comprehensive and dynamic business management solution on the market. For a more in-depth look at just what these applications can do, download the white paper today.

Download: But Really...What is Dynamics 365?

by CRM Software Blog Writers, Find a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Partner

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