Timing Microsoft Dynamics 365: CRM partners lament 'fuzzy' pre-launch license planning

UPDATE, Oct 31: Microsoft has advised partners that the auto-renew option for Dynamics CRM Online has been extended until Feb 1, 2017 to ease transitions to Dynamics 365. Thanks to Steve Mordue for the tip. More customer-facing information on transitioning can be found in this TechNet article.


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Existing customers

Jason, Microsoft will allow existing Webdirect and CSP customers to renew on CRMOL until Feb 2017, thus solving the imminent renewal issue for many. Great article, as usual.