The License Guide for Microsoft Dynamics 365

Licensing for Microsoft Dynamics 365 products can be very confusing for a lot of people, particularly at the beginning. Especially because Microsoft Dynamics 365 collects a large number of different applications under a uniform name. It is possible to divide roughly the applications into two parts - ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and CRM (Customer Relationship Management).

ClickDimensions and Dynamics 365 for Marketing Compared

Since this summer Dynamics 365 for Marketing is available for customers from Germany. After the less successful attempt to integrate marketing automation into Dynamics CRM with the acquisition of MarketingPilot, Microsoft tries it with a complete redesign. A lot of companies now ask themselves if they should obtain the well-tried ClickDimensions or rather the official Microsoft product.

Microsoft Flow and Azure Logic Apps - the differences

Recently we reported a lot about Microsoft Flow and its functionalities. We compared the Dynamics 365 workflow with the Microsoft Flow workflow and reported on the new native integration of Microsoft Flow in Dynamics 365 v9. One thing in advance: The functionalities and possibilities convince us to the full extent. Today, I'd like to talk a little bit more about Azure Logic Apps as we're getting more questions from customers about the difference between Microsoft Flow and Azure Logic Apps.
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