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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Takes Advantage of the Cloud

What New Licensing Changes Mean for Your Organization

by Joshua Sutelman | 04.04.17

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is the next iteration of intelligent business applications via the cloud. Dynamics 365 fuses CRM and ERP (Dynamics AX) capabilities by delivering new purpose-built applications to manage business functions. Dynamics 365 has two main editions: Enterprise and Business. The Enterprise edition is aimed at organizations with 250+ users and includes the capabilities of financials, field service, sales, operations, marketing, and customer service. The Business edition is for organizations with 10–250 users and includes Dynamics 365 for Financials (currently known as Project Madeira) at launch sometime in early 2017.

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