Microsoft plans to shift Project Service Automation app away from Dynamics 365 portfolio

March 6 2019

Update, March 11 2019: A response from a Microsoft spokesperson has been added  

Microsoft plans to remove Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation from the business applications portfolio, with plans to offer it in combination with other project management tools instead. That revelation came from partners who have seen the latest Dynamics 365 pricing and licensing slide deck from Microsoft.

UPDATE: A Microsoft spokesperson provided the following information on the change: 

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