$10 bills for $3 each, for a limited time!


Today, Microsoft business Applications group is announcing a special offer for Power Apps Per App Passes. It felt pretty significant, so I thought I would write a short post on it.

The Offer

Starting today, you can buy Power Apps Per App Passes for $3 each. The catch? Minimum 200 users… but still.. that is a pretty big deal for mid-sized and above companies. For example, combined with our free RapidStartCRM, that gives you an enterprise grade CRM for 200 users for $600/month!!! In addition to this offer, the Power Apps Per User plan is $12, instead of $40, but that has a 5K user minimum, so really for enterprise only.

Let’s do some math

Wah, I don’t have 200 users!  Well, $600 (the minimum) would also be equal to 60 users at the regular price. So any number of users over 60 starts saving money. For example 100 users ends up costing $6/user, 150 users ends up costing $4/user, etc. But, if you have less than 60 users, there is no advantage, so SMB is basically out of luck.

Availability

The Power App Per App pass promotion is available through Volume Licensing or CSP. The Power Apps Per User promotion is only available through Volume Licensing. Neither offer is available via Direct at this time.

What happens when it ends?

If purchased via CSP, the offer is good for one year, after that you should expect to go back to the $10 price, unless Microsoft decides to extend this (a possibility). Via Volume Licensing you can keep these prices for up to 5 years!!!

This is just a short post, because I was excited about this. Contact your partner and ask them about it!

Steve Mordue MVP

Steve Mordue, a Microsoft Business Applications MVP, is the CEO of Forceworks, a 2014 Microsoft Partner of the Year. Steve started his business applications consulting career in 2001, originally supporting Salesforce.com as a Certified Consultant. Steve transitioned his consulting practice to Dynamics CRM, (now Dynamics 365) in 2011. Steve has been engaged in hundreds of deployments over the course of his career. As one of the leading Microsoft Business Application Consultants, recognized by Microsoft as an expert, Steve has provided training, on behalf of Microsoft, to other Microsoft Partners globally on how to launch and build successful practices. Steve is a member of the Worldwide Dynamics Partner Advisory Council, and is a frequent presenter and panelist at global Microsoft events. The opinions shared in this blog are Steve's alone. If you are looking for Microsoft confidential information, you will not find any here.

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