Stand-alone Microsoft Dynamics CRM now available through Dynamics Price List
As of 1 May, 2009 customers have a wider choice and can buy stand-alone Microsoft Dynamics CRM via the Dynamics Price List (DPL), without the earlier ERP pre-requisites. Microsoft continues to sell Microsoft Dynamics CRM primarily via Volume Licensing, but by broadening the offer to sell CRM as a stand-alone via DPL, Microsoft aims at increasing the flexibility for customers and partners in how they acquire these licenses. In order to determine when this may be a suitable model for CRM deals you are working on we recommend that partners get familiar with the details.
For details, refer to the following:
A few highlights are worth calling out:
- There is a cap of 200 seats per CRM customer under the DPL.
- Standard Microsoft Solution Provider Agreement (SPA) rules apply to margin.
- Microsoft Dynamics CRM pricing remains unchanged through the DPL.
- CRM Software Advisor fees do not apply to Microsoft Dynamics CRM licenses sold through DPL.