Microsoft is once again making significant price changes by the 1 of January 2015. Please read the material and if you have any questions or concerns please contact your local Crayon Account Manager, for additional updates.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Microsoft will change prices for these products on the January SPLA price list: Windows Server, CIS, Dynamics AX, CRM, NAV, GP and SL. These prices will be published Dec 1, 2014 on explore.ms except for Dynamics NAV & GP and SL 2011.
DETAILS / PURPOSE
Effective January 1, 2015, Microsoft willincrease the prices it charges SPLA Resellers for the following software products. Microsoft will publish the January pricelist onDecember 1, 2014 on explore.ms. Please note, there may be slight differences (+/-) on the published pricelist depending on any regional price list variances/currencies.
Effective January 1, 2015, Microsoft will decrease the prices it charges SPLA Resellers for the following software products.
Microsoft will increase CRM 2013 prices to properly establish SPLA prices relative to CRM 2013 prices in other VL programs. Current CRM 2013 prices are set below benchmarks for other VL products available in SPLA. This price increase is a step toward closing the pricing gap between CRM 2013 Service Provider and CRM 2013 in other VL programs. Microsoft plans to make Dynamics CRM 2015 Service Provider available in SPLA during December 2014. Please share this information within your organization as appropriate.
*The academic licenses only apply for software services provided to Qualified Educational End Users and do not apply in any other circumstance.
**This licensed software has been deleted from the price list. You may only continue reporting this software if you reported it when the software was generally available unless otherwise permitted by a SPLA amendment. Service Providers under a new or renewal SPLA may only report usage for the available versions, Dynamics GP 2013, Dynamics NAV 2013 R2, and Dynamics SL 2011, using the part numbers and prices on the SPLA price list published on explore.ms.