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Dynamics 365 Sales: Professional vs Premium

There are several different licencing options available to you when it comes to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales. These options include Sales Professional, Sales Enterprise, Sales Premium, and Team Member. All of which come with a unique set of capabilities and varying amounts of storage space. As a Partner, we will advise you on the most appropriate licencing to meet the requirements of your company. However, in order to assist you in determining which licencing type is appropriate for your needs, we have provided an explanation of the primary benefits, fees associated, and functionalities of Professional and Premium licences below.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales: Professional vs Premium

Dynamics 365 Sales Professional

The entry-level licence for Microsoft Dynamics 365’s sales application is called Dynamics 365 Sales Professional. It gives companies the ability to get started with the skills they require initially and is typically more suitable for those who have needs that are not as sophisticated as others’.

Price is $65 USD per user, per month

Dynamics 365 Sales Premium

The Sales Enterprise licence together with the add-on application known as Sales Insights are both included in the Dynamics 365 Sales Premium package.

Price is $135 per user per month

App Professional Premium
Office Online Yes Yes
Team member collaboration Yes Yes
Timesheets Yes Yes
OneDrive Plan 2 Plan 2
Storage Unlimited personal cloud storage for qualifying plans for subscriptions of five or more users, otherwise 1 TB/user. Microsoft will initially provide 1 TB/user of OneDrive for Business storage, which admins can increase to 5 TB/user. Request additional storage by contacting Microsoft support. Storage up to 25 TB/user is provisioned in OneDrive for Business. Beyond 25 TB, storage is provisioned as 25 TB SharePoint team sites to individual users. Unlimited personal cloud storage for qualifying plans for subscriptions of five or more users, otherwise 1 TB/user. Microsoft will initially provide 1 TB/user of OneDrive for Business storage, which admins can increase to 5 TB/user. Request additional storage by contacting Microsoft support. Storage up to 25 TB/user is provisioned in OneDrive for Business. Beyond 25 TB, storage is provisioned as 25 TB SharePoint team sites to individual users.
File sharing Yes Yes
Data-Loss Prevention Yes Yes
In-place holds Yes Yes
Offline files Yes Yes
SharePoint Plan 2 Plan 2
Automate work Yes Yes
Catalog Yes Yes
Category page and catalog item page Yes Yes
Communication sites Yes Yes
Content management Yes Yes
Cross-Site Publishing Yes Yes
DLP capabilities Yes Yes
eDiscovery Yes Yes
In-place hold Yes Yes
Intranets Yes Yes
Search Yes Yes
Team sites Yes Yes
Mobile access to intranets, team sites and content Access intranets, team sites and content with the SharePoint mobile app for Android™, iOS®, and Windows and OneDrive mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows. Access intranets, team sites and content with the SharePoint mobile app for Android™, iOS®, and Windows and OneDrive mobile apps for Android, iOS and Windows.
Flow No Flow for D365
Automated workflows No Unlimited
Runs per month No Per user, aggregated across all users in the company.
Flow frequency No 5 Minutes
Mobile access to Flow No Yes
Templates No Yes
Public publishing No Yes
Connect Flow to cloud-based services No Yes
On-premises connectors from Flow No Yes
Create custom connectors for Flow No Yes
Shared flow ownership No Yes
PowerApps No Yes
Collaborate with co-workers on apps No Yes
Create environments to deploy your apps, flows and database (per user) No 2
Create model driven apps No Unlimited
Easily share apps with your organization using AppSource No Yes
Establish company policies regarding the usage of different connections and apps No Yes
Run apps in a browser or PowerApps mobile for iOS and Android No Yes
Run apps offline No Basic for canvas apps
Run model driven apps in context of Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service for Apps No Yes
Supports data policies established by the Office 365 administrator No Yes
Access to Dynamics 365 restricted entities No Entities are restricted based on Dynamics 365 app licensing and plan type.
Create and run canvas apps using common data service for apps No Yes
Create and run model-driven apps using Common Data Service for Apps No Yes
Create and use entities with Business Rules and async workflows No Yes
Create and use entities with code add-ins No Yes
Create and use entities with real-time workflows No Yes
Create databases in Common Data Service for Apps (per user) No 2
Model your data in Common Data Service for Apps No Yes
Access to Dynamics 365 app APIs No Dynamics 365 APIs will only be accessible by the licensed app user.
Create and share apps No Yes
Run apps No Yes
Connect PowerApps to cloud-based services No Yes
PowerApps premium connectors No Yes
Create custom connectors for PowerApps No Unlimited
D365 for Sales Professional premium
Lead and opportunity management Yes Yes
Marketing lists, sales campaigns Yes Yes
Products, price lists Yes Yes
Quotes, orders, invoices Yes Yes
Competitors, sales goals, territory management No Yes
Product taxonomy, relationships, hierarchies No Yes
Gamification, Voice of Customer No Yes
Mobile offline sync No Yes
Cases Yes Yes
InsideView and Versium (third-party solutions) No Yes
Dynamics 365 for Sales embedded intelligence No Yes
Export to Excel, advanced analytics with Power BI license Yes Yes
Real-time sales reports and dashboards Yes Yes
Customization Limited Unlimited
D365 AI for Sales No Yes
Predictive lead scoring No Yes
Predictive opportunity scoring No Yes
Relationship analytics No Yes
Who knows whom No Yes
Talking points No Yes
Notes analysis No Currently available in the United States.