Important information for CRM Online customers

Dynamics CRM 2016
 

Updated: April 11, 2017

Applies To: Dynamics 365 (online), Dynamics CRM Online

Microsoft is introducing Dynamics 365, the next generation of intelligent business applications that enable your organization to grow, evolve, and transform to meet the needs of your customers and capture new opportunities. As a result, Microsoft is introducing new plans for customers November 1, 2016, that are similar, but not identical to your current plan.

The existing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online plan will be retired effective November 1, 2016. However, if you have a current subscription, this change won’t affect you right away. As a global administrator, you’ll receive email updates and see posts in the message center (part of the Office 365 admin center) with information on when you need to take action.

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When you are ready to move to a new plan—either now or during renewal—you’ll have options to choose from.

You can choose to maintain similar functionality you have with CRM Online or take advantage of new features and functionality from Dynamics 365. The licensing changes are as follows.

Existing CRM Online License

Recommended Dynamics 365 Enterprise edition License

Enterprise

Dynamics 365 Enterprise Plan 1

Professional

Dynamics 365 Enterprise Plan 1, Dynamics 365 for Sales, or Dynamics 365 for Customer Service

Basic

Dynamics 365 for Team Members, Dynamics 365 for Sales, Dynamics 365 for Customer Service, or Dynamics 365 Enterprise Plan 1

Essential

Dynamics 365 for Team Members

Field Service Add-on

Dynamics 365 Enterprise Plan 1, or Dynamics 365 for Field Service

Project Service Automation Add-on

Dynamics 365 Enterprise Plan 1, or Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation

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Existing customers must choose which Microsoft Dynamics 365 licenses meet the needs of their organization. Simply transitioning existing licenses to the Dynamics 365 equivalent may not always be the best course of action. Review the use rights below to determine the mix of user subscriptions that are suitable for your organization’s needs. Based on the use rights changes with the launch of Dynamics 365, this may be different than what you have today. Review the following information for assistance on how to make your best license choices.

This option is ideal if you want to take advantage of functionality in multiple Dynamics 365 applications, or the new functionality that Dynamics 365 Enterprise Plan 1 has to offer. Dynamics 365 Enterprise Plan 1 includes Customer Service, Sales, Project Service Automation, Field Service, and PowerApps.

Choose this option if you want to maintain access to the Customer Service functionality you have today in CRM Online. The Customer Service Application is intended for users who will be engaging in any kind of customer service role, from basic call centers to more advanced support scenarios, focused on case management. This license includes all core Customer Service functionality – Case Management, Unified Service Desk and scripts, and SLAs and Entitlements management, plus embedded PowerApps, Social Engagement, Gamification, Mobile Offline, and Voice of Customer.

Choose this option if you want to maintain access to the Sales functionality you have today in CRM Online. The Sales Application is intended for users who will be engaging in field sales, inside sales, sales management, partner sales, or any other full sales role. This license includes all core sales functionality – Opportunity & Lead Management, Product & Price Lists management, competitor tracking, Quote/Order/Invoice, lightweight marketing capabilities, and Unified Service Desk. This also includes the functionality needed to manage Sales performance plus embedded PowerApps, Social Engagement, Gamification, Mobile Offline, and Voice of Customer.

Choose this option if you want to maintain access to full Customer Service functionality and require write access to Cases. This will get you access to what you have today in CRM Online (minus write access to leads), plus embedded PowerApps, Social Engagement, Gamification, Mobile Offline, and Voice of Customer.

Choose this option if you want to maintain access to full Sales functionality and require write access to Cases or Leads. This will get you access to what you have today in CRM Online (minus write access to cases), plus PowerApps, Social Engagement, Gamification, Mobile Offline, and Voice of Customer.

Choose this option if you do not need access to full functionality and do not require write access to Leads. This will get you access to what you have today in CRM Online (minus leads) plus embedded PowerApps.

Choose this option to get access to what you have today in CRM Online plus embedded PowerApps.

Choose this option if you purchased a Basic User plus Project Service Automation plan. Project Service Automation includes all of the functionality of the Project Service Automation add-on, plus PowerApps, Social Engagement, Gamification, Mobile Offline, Microsoft Project Online Premium, and Voice of Customer. This would not include write access to cases or leads – for this access the Project Service Automation user should license Enterprise Plan 1.

Choose this option if you purchased a Basic User plus Field Service plan. Field Service is intended for users who will be engaging in any kind of field technician, scheduler, or dispatcher role. This license includes all of the functionality of the Field Service add-on, plus PowerApps, Social Engagement, Gamification, Mobile Offline, Microsoft Project Online Premium, and Voice of Customer. This would not include write access to cases or leads – for this access the Project Service Automation user should license Enterprise Plan 1.

You can switch to Dynamics 365 now, or wait until it’s time to renew, and then upgrade during the renewal process. Either way, you’ll work with your account representative or partner to make the switch, unless you bought your subscription directly from Microsoft, in which case you can switch in the Office 365 admin center. To learn more, see Switch from Dynamics CRM Online to Dynamics 365 (online).

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