In the quest to stay relevant and to further infiltrate the small and medium-sized business (SMB) financial software market, Microsoft introduced the Dynamics 365 Financial App Business Edition.
When Microsoft made the move from Dynamics CRM to Dynamics 365, it wasn’t only a rebranding of their business solutions. A lot of changes happened to the product itself, the philosophy behind it and of course, the pricing model.
I don’t know about you, but I never pay attention to rumors. So, when I got the word that Microsoft was making big changes to Dynamics 365’s Business Edition, I didn’t waste time. I headed straight to Microsoft’s website to get the lowdown. It was true. Microsoft was pulling the plug on its Business and Enterprise editions to create one unified application.
When Microsoft first introduced Dynamics 365, it introduced the concept of apps to separate different business modules. Now the “old” Dynamics apps (Dynamics CRM, Dynamics NAV, AX…) all became part of one big product.