Work 365

License Subscription

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Work 365 License Based Subscriptions:

A Subscription type where customers pay per license that is provisioned.

Work 365 is integrated with the Product Catalog in Dynamics 365. This means that anytime a new subscription is created, looking up the product in the product field will then automatically populate the product details on the subscription.

Setting up the product catalog, product price lists, and product price list items provides integration and automation capabilities that can save time during provisioning and billing.

Subscription Fields:

General:

  • Subscription Name: Appears on the Invoice for real products
  • Friendly Name: Appears on the Invoice for write-in product.
  • Price List: The price list the product’s price list item is found. Filling in the default price list on the product form will auto-populate this field on the subscription.
  • Revenue: The total revenue earned on the subscription (Selling Price per unit x Sales unit x Quantity)
  • Currency: The sales currency in which the subscription will be invoiced. Default currency can be set on the product form. Specific currencies by region are defined on the product’s price list item
  • Sales Unit: Unit at which the subscription will be invoiced.
  • Product Class: Used in incentive calculations, and mapping the CRM product catalog to an accounting system catalog.
  • Parent Subscription: The Parent subscription in a bundle relationship with child subscriptions.
  • Is Trial: Determines if the subscription is a trial. Trial subscriptions provisioned by Automatic providers will sync into Work 365 as a trial subscription.
  • Billable Status: Determines if the subscription is billable on the invoice.
  • Selling price per unit: Customer selling price per unit
  • Cost price per unit: Internal cost price per unit. Used for Incentives and Profitability calculations in Reports.
  • Gross Margin: Calculates the margin between Selling Price Per Unit and Cost Price Per Unit.

Last Change Details:

  • Quantity: License quantity for a subscription.

Billing Details:

  • Customer: The customer Account record the subscription is tied to.
  • Billing Contract: The customer’s Billing Contract the subscription is tied to.
  • Effective date: date on which the subscription was created
  • Billing Type: The subscription type (License, Usage, or Service)

Provider Details:

  • Subscription ID: Subscription ID
  • Provider: Provider which a subscription is provisioned from. See more on Work 365 Providers.
  • Provisioning Frequency: Subscription provisioning frequency with the provider (monthly or annually)
  • Provider Part Number: Provisioning Sku ID or Offer ID determined by the Provider for a product. 
  • Order ID: Provider order ID
  • Auto Renew: Determines if a subscription with an automatic provider auto renews.
  • Manufacturer: Manufacturer which created the subscription product.
  • Commitment End Date: Determines the end date on a subscription. Used for special pricing and/or subscription renewals.

 

Hidden:

  • Child Subscriptions: Non-billable subscriptions in relation to a parent subscription as part of a bundle.
  • Add on subscription: billable subscriptions in relation to a parent subscription as part of a bundle.
  • Note: Any predetermined bundles defined by automatic providers must have the same bundle setup in Work 365 in order for the provisioning to go through.
    • Example: An Office 365 E3 subscription with an Audio Conferencing add on subscription. In Work 365, the Parent subscription is Office 365 E3 with the billable addon Audio Conferencing. 

 

Note: The system uses the Provider Part Number and Provider to provision the subscription. If you are using multiple Providers for the same product e.g. you have multiple Partner Centers setup, it is important to have individual price list items defined on the product form for each Partner Center. When creating a new subscription, the provider on the price list item will be selected over the default provider defined on the product form. 

 

After the subscription is created in Work 365, the provisioning will either be provisioned automatically or manually depending on the provider.

If the subscription selected is a Bundle, all the child subscriptions will also be setup and Provisioned using the structure defined in the Product Catalog.

Every change in the license quantity will result in a License Change Log item that is created.

 

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