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Microsoft takes a swipe at salesforce with Dynamics 365 release

Microsoft recently unveiled Dynamics 365, the Redmond-Wash-Based giant on its promised date. Along with the general availability of the solution came some answers to the questions that October announcement raised. People came up with the thought that this announcement was all about the pricing transparency as well as the opportunity to see Microsoft’s roadmap for the new product that directly connects with the CRM app, Dynamics CRM, with its Enterprise Resource Planning app, Dynamics AX.


Pricing takes Aim at Salesforce
The release comes in two editions: enterprise edition and business edition. The enterprise edition is for the firms who are having more than 500 users or equivalent. And the business edition is for small and medium-sized organizations with up to a few hundred users.

Like Office 365, you will get the options when it comes to subscriptions: user subscription offers two choices, two subscription types (full and light) and two plans for Enterprise (P1 and P2).

Yet still the pricing are interesting if for no other reason than who Microsoft is targeting on the Dynamics 365 website. The Enterprise edition leads with, Salesforce cost $470 more! It goes on to break down what Dynamics 365 offers as opposed to what San Francisco-based Salesforce offers in term of feature and cost.

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