More pricing talk expected as partners, customers prepare for Dynamics CRM Online Fall 2013 update


Since Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online was rolled out in April 2008, Microsoft has offered a single license at a single price - $44 per user per month. 

Although that approach made pricing simple, many CRM Online customers have asked for more options - like the three different types of licenses offered for on-premises deployments, according to Microsoft.  So Redmond is now offering three different license options for Dynamics CRM Online 2013:


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Confused and Not Happy

I'm confused about how the professional and basic licenses differ. What specific functional limits will there be with the Basic license?

This post makes it sound as though MSDynamics is doing its subscribers a favor by offering options. At this point, all I see is a 50% increase in price which is a lousy option in my book.

Thanks for the heads up though. Time to check out other vendors.