Category: D365 Optimization

There are so many names within the Dynamics 365 family, that it can be difficult to keep up. Add to this the ongoing changes to the D365 licensing model and you leave customers with a very unclear picture of what their licensing will look like in the future or what (unforeseen) costs they might incur. Microsoft’s own guide to D365 is more than 60 pages long, adding to the complexity. Luckily our experts at LicenseQ are here to help you make sense of it all.

Our Dynamics 365 Optimization Service finds your optimal way of licensing and through benchmarking can identify commercial benefits for you.


LicenseQ helps you optimize your D365 Customer Insights app
12 Sep
Posted by:   Floris Klaver

D365 Customer Insights – How does it work?

In this new blog we highlight one of the recent Microsoft changes to Dynamics 365.

As of September 2023, Microsoft has updated its D365 Customer Insights offer. Read this blog for a comprehensive overview of what Customer Insights is, what’s new and important points such as pricing, availability and capacity.

LicenseQ knows Dynamics 365 licensing and all its applications
30 Aug
Posted by:   Erik Hollander

Dynamics 365 – Applications & how to license

In this blog article we take a closer look at Microsoft Dynamics 365 apps and how to license them.

Dynamics 365 is a suite of intelligent business applications developed by Microsoft that cover various aspects of customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). Licensing D365 can become confusing due to its vast offer. Read our helpful guide!

Demystifying Dynamics 365 Licensing and Modules
14 Mar
Posted by:   Dennis Toele

Demystifying Dynamics 365: A guide to the software suites and licenses

Microsoft continously updates and changes the names it uses within Dynamics 365. This helpful glossary explains the terminology used.

Optimize Dynamics 365 Cloud Services
08 Sep
Posted by:   Dennis Toele

Optimize D365 licenses and save costs

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