CSP Partner Agreement

Changes to Dynamics 365 partner requirements – Part Two

By | Company Updates

Back in July, we talked about the changing requirements for businesses looking to sell Dynamics 365 licences to their clients. These changes were to ensure that businesses using Dynamics 365 were being provided a quality service by certified product experts. As an update to this, Microsoft have since announced that Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) now have until February 2018 to ensure their business is compliant with these requirements in order to be able to continue or begin to sell Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition licences. Read More

Dynamics 365 Developer

Microsoft’s Dynamics 365 new Developer Guide

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For previous versions of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and 365, developers were able to download an SDK containing information on writing server-side code, client-side scripts, custom business logic, integration modules, workflow assemblies, and plug-ins. However, with the latest version of Dynamics 365, the SDK is no more and these resources have now moved online. Read More

Dynamics 365 Tenerife

Goodbye Dynamics 365 Business Edition. Hello Dynamics 365 ‘Tenerife’

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When Dynamics 365 was announced in 2016, there were to be two versions. The Enterprise edition (which was derived from Dynamics CRM) was positioned for larger companies with potentially more complex requirements, and a Business edition designed and priced for small businesses whose requirements may be simpler and budgets tighter. In the UK, only the Finance & Operations App has been released from Business edition so far, with the remaining Business edition apps due to follow later this year. However, Microsoft have recently announced that Business edition has now been shelved, in name at least. So what does this mean for Dynamics 365 and for small businesses who were anticipating the Business edition release? Read More