Dynamics 365 Server (Customer Engagement)

Software formerly known as Dynamics CRM that provides customer relationship management (CRM), sales, marketing, and customer service

Dynamics 365 Server (Customer Engagement)

Software formerly known as Dynamics CRM that provides customer relationship management (CRM), sales, marketing, and customer service

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Microsoft is extending support for its final on-premises CRM product by three years, providing customers more time to migrate to the cloud.

Planned releases and retirements for Dynamics 365 services and software.

In this Webinar for ERP and CRM administrators, Barry Briggs and Andy Snodgrass cover new features in Microsoft’s Dynamics 365, the future of Dynamics on-premises, and important licensing considerations.
In this webinar for ERP and CRM administrators, Barry Briggs and Andy Snodgrass cover new features in Microsoft’s Dynamics 365, the future of Dynamics on-premises, and important licensing considerations.

Illustration shows Dynamics 365 Server (on-premises) versions with support status and dates.

Dynamics 365 Server is not receiving the investment or features needed to make it a long-term solution; therefore, customers should plan migrations before end of life in Jan. 2026.

Dynamics 365 Field Service (for on-premises customers only) will retire on June 30, 2022, requiring a migration to the cloud for those still interested in using the product.

Illustration shows a timeline highlighting significant changes, the rollout periods for Major service updates, stand-alone service availability, and notable retirements.