Microsoft announced Dynamics 365 back in July. The company said at the time that the service will launch this fall. Expect Microsoft to expand on the software at the Dynamics User Group Summit events in Florida on Oct. 11. In the meantime, a ZDNet report has uncovered the pricing Microsoft plans for Dynamics 365.
More specifically, pricing and licensing details were leaked by a Microsoft partner (the leak has been removed).
Dynamics 365 is a combination of Microsoft’s current CRM and ERP cloud solutions into a single service. It will boast purpose-built applications that will be designed to provide solutions for specific business functions. Microsoft says apps will center on Sales, Field Service, Marketing, Financials, Project Service Automation, and Customer Service.
Microsoft will make Dynamics 365 available through several tiers of pricing and licensing. There will be bundles of mix and match modules for both Enterprise and Business bundles. The Business edition is for organizations with between 10 and 250 employees. As for the Enterprise edition, it is for businesses with more than 250 employees.
Modules wrapped by Dynamics 365 include Financials, Marketing, and Sales. However, Microsoft has confirmed that only the Financials module will be available in 2016. The Enterprise edition comes with Operations, Field Service, Project Service, Marketing, Sales, and Customer Service modules.
Two Business Edition licensing tiers will be available to customers. These options will cost $50 per month and some with the three modules mentioned above and PowerApps.
PowerApps allows developers and businesses create applications without needing to use coding, and it is now available in public preview.
The Enterprise Edition of Dynamics 365 will come with four price options. For a single module, customers will pay between $40 and $190 per month. Enterprise Edition (Plan 1) costs $115 per user each month. Enterprise Edition (Plan 2) adds the Operations module and costs $210 per month. Dynamics 365 for Team Members Enterprise Edition for “light” users” for $10 per user per month.