11 September 2017
In previous blogs we were excited about the release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials (Business edition) in the UK. Now that you can buy it, what is it that you need? Although Microsoft licensing is traditionally very complicated, the subscription model of D365 is a lot easier to fathom. However, if you are new to licensing it can still be fairly confusing. This blog is a quick guide to what is available and what is included in the different types of licence.
05 July 2017
With the release of Dynamics 365 Business Edition to the United Kingdom this month, the new UK pricing in Pound Sterling has been released on the Dynamics 365 website. At this stage, the only business edition app to be released is the Financials app (soon to be rebranded as Finance and Operations), with sales and marketing apps due later this year. The low-cost licences are at a level to provide a cloud only, subscription only licenced product to Small and Medium businesses:
Team Member User
Free with full user
14 June 2017
The Microsoft Dynamics range of business software products are market leading, in terms of both functionality and popularity. Because of my position in the company, I tend to see most of the sales enquiries that come into the business and for the last few years I have seen confusion over which product people are after. Now that Microsoft are leading with their Microsoft Dynamics 365 brand, people are confused over the existing products as well as the new ones! To help out, I thought I would put together this little guide.
02 May 2017
We are excited to announce that Dynamics 365 for Financials has now been released for Public Preview in the UK. Financials is the ERP module for Dynamics 365 for Business. Having been released in the US in October, the UK is the first European market to get a localised solution of Dynamics 365. This preview marks the build up to the release of the product later in the month.
01 August 2016
The World Partner Conference (WPC) is Microsoft’s big event that they hold every year which is aimed at partners from around the world. This year it was held in Toronto and there was a big emphasis on productivity for customers driven by partners. With any large corporation these sorts of events are always full of hype with larger than life American directors excitedly announcing all of the latest and greatest. But in the last couple of years Microsoft’s events have been filled with sincere excitement over the new technologies – not just some interesting new disparate products, but a broad spectrum of integrated tools with one