Subscription Billing - Renewals

One thing I appreciate about subscriptions is the automatic renewal process. It's nice to sign up for a subscription and not have to worry about manually renewing every time the contract period is up. This brings in automatic revenue for the company and keeps the hassle of manually renewing out of everyone's hands. 

Fortunately, the process for setting up renewals in Subscription billing in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations is fairly simple to execute as well. Let's dive in! 

Subscription Billing - Terminate

From time to time, we have all ended a subscription service. It happens - maybe the service doesn't meet your needs anymore. Perhaps it has gotten too expensive. Regardless of the reason, it is a common occurrence and Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance's Subscription billing module has a solution for terminating subscriptions.

Now you are probably thinking, "Oh great, something complex to add to my never-ending duties..." 

Nope! Terminating a Billing schedule in the Subscription billing module is easy, and I am going to walk through it. 

The Terminator
"I'll be back... when I am ready to subscribe again"

Deprecate != Depreciate

I often hear/see the words deprecate and depreciate used interchangeably, both in reference to ERP features and functionality. There is a difference in the words, and it's not just the letter i! This is a tough one, because even when you search on the internet, you get mixed results between the two. Let's look at the differences. 

The letter i is not the only difference between deprecate and depreciate.
This letter is not the only difference between these words!