Dynamics 365

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Business Central. Business Central is the end-to-end business management cloud solution for small and medium-sized businesses. Download the Dynamics 365 Licensing Guide 1 Subsequent pricing for user-based apps applies only to the individual licensed for the first app. For example, if Person A is licensed for the first app, subsequent pricing wouldn’t apply to Person B. Subsequent pricing for tenant-based apps applies to any tenant in. The Dynamics 365 Team Members subscription is a named user subscription that includes rights to execute basic processes across Dynamics 365 applications (where applicable), share knowledge, and provide embedded business intelligence. One Team Members subscription enables a light user to read from any of the Dynamics 365 applications.

Microsoft Dynamics 365
Operating systemMicrosoft Windows
Typeenterprise resource planning and customer relationship management
LicenseProprietary software

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a product line of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) intelligent business applications announced by Microsoft in July 2016 and released on November 1, 2016. There are editions available: a Business Edition which includes a Financials application, based on the project code-named 'Madeira', and an Enterprise Edition which comprises several CRM applications (field service, sales, project service automation, and customer service).[1][2][3]

On July 1, 2017, the Dynamics 365 line was repackaged so that the CRM applications are now called the 'Customer Engagement Plan.' The ERP application is now called Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations; however, it is only available as part of the 'Unified Operations Plan,' which also includes the standalone applications Dynamics 365 for Talent and Dynamics 365 for Retail. Together, the two plans form the 'Dynamics 365 Plan.'

Feature applications[edit]

Microsoft Dynamics 365 contains 12 applications:[4]

  • Dynamics 365 For Sales – Sales Leaders, Sales Operations
  • Dynamics 365 For Customer Service – Customer Service Leaders, Customer Service Operations
  • Dynamics 365 For Field Service – Field Service Leaders, Field Service Operations
  • Dynamics 365 For Human Resource – Attract, On board, Core HR
  • Dynamics 365 For Finance & Operations – Finance Leaders, Operation Leaders
  • Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management - Streamline planning, production, stock, warehouse, and transportation .
  • Dynamics 365 For Commerce
  • Dynamics 365 for Project Service Automation – Operation Leaders, Project Leaders
  • Dynamics 365 For Marketing—Adobe Marketing Cloud, Dynamics 365 for Marketing
  • Dynamics 365 Artificial Intelligence – AI for Sales, AI for Customer Service, AI for Market Insight
  • Dynamics 365 Mixed Reality – Remote Assist, Layout
  • Dynamics 365 Business Central – ERP for SMBs

Microsoft itself uses the Customer Service module to manage the process of updating Windows operating systems to the latest versions.[5]


  1. ^Foley, Mary Jo. 'Microsoft takes wraps off its 'Madeira' SMB business-management service'. All About Microsoft. ZDNet. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
  2. ^Sheridan, Kelly (July 7, 2016). 'Dynamics 365 Unveiled, Skype Meetings Launched: Microsoft Roundup'. Information Week. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  3. ^Bridgwater, Adrian (July 11, 2016). 'Microsoft Dynamics 365, An ERP CRM Cloud Workflow Combo'. Forbes. Retrieved 11 July 2016.
  4. ^'Microsoft Dynamics 365'Microsoft website
  5. ^Foley, Mary Jo (19 August 2019). 'Microsoft is using Dynamics 365 to manage Windows Update releases'. ZDNet. Retrieved 18 September 2019.

External links[edit]

Dynamics 365 Sales Insights

  • Dynamics Learning Portal (DLP): https://mbspartner.microsoft.com (partners only)
  • Idea portal: https://ideas.dynamics.com/ideas/
  • CustomerSource: https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource
  • PartnerSource: https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource

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Dynamics 365 is a suite of intelligent business apps that lets you engage with customers and build relationships, optimize operations, connect and grow your businesses, and empower employees by attracting and hiring the best talent.

Developers and ISVs can use the underlying platform to build or extend apps, depending on the app's type. For information about different types of Dynamics 365 business apps, see What's new.

Dynamics 365

Start here to find information about building and extending Dynamics 365 apps.

Dynamics 365 Crm

Dynamics 365 AppResources
Business Central- Development and administration
- Get Started with Building Apps
- Development in AL
Dynamics 365 Commerce
Dynamics 365 Finance
Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management
- Develop and customize
- User interface development
- Mobile platform
- Develop and release solutions using Lifecycle Services
- Financials development
Customer engagement apps in Dynamics 365
(Dynamics 365 Sales, Dynamics 365 Customer Service, Dynamics 365 Field Service, Dynamics 365 Marketing,
Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation, and related services)

- Model-driven apps Developer Guide
- Publish your app on AppSource
CommerceCommerce development and extensibility
Talent- Embed Power Apps
- Core HR and Common Data Service

See also

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Pricing

Microsoft AppSource
Microsoft Power Platform
Common Data Model