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We have started using PSA for a few months and now have received info about this transition https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/dynamics365/bdm/2019/05/22/the-future-of-dynamics-365-for-project-service-automation-psa/
Please explain how the transition process of existing data from PSA to new Project service will look like. Will it happen automatically or it will require Microsoft experts engagement?
As we are managed partner with usage rights for PSA please explain the licensing concept. Do we need to acquire additional licences in order to continue usage of a new Project service?
Hi Marin Curavic. At the moment there is no additional public information available about a migration path from the current in-market PSA to the new Project service. Licensing is also TBA. If you are a MSFT partner, please continue the discussion on Partner Yammer's PSA channel. The link to the channel is on the blog post.
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