Partners weigh in on Team Member license changes for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement apps

November 25 2018

Microsoft recently announced changes to the use of the Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement Team Member license. Users with these licenses will no longer be able to create or modify account entities within Customer Engagement apps.

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Comments

mleroy@ipmglobal.net's picture

It is still unclear as to what licences vertical ISV's should be using. I would be very keen to speak with someone in the community who can assist me to understand what sort of licences ISV's should be selling when the ONLY entities that they use are Accounts and Contacts.


Michael.Harmelink's picture

Further to the previous comment by Miree Le Roy the author of the article fails to include how the Microsoft Dynamics ISV team addresses the needs for D365 CE ISV partners solution which generally have more than 15 custom entities and do not require any of the Out Of The Box platform functionality other than Accounts and Contacts.