Dynamics CRM Online pricing changes may shock some, but will it drive customers away?

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Fall '13 has just moved from a regional rollout to general availability.  But along with all the improvements Microsoft is touting for the new release, it also sports a pretty hefty price increase for some users. And that raises the question: will customers scrub their CRM Online deployments and search out Redmond's competitors?

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I am not surprised the pricing has risen, what did surprise me was the low level previously.

This is a very competitive product from a value perspective.

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