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Great--makes sense and thanks again. We don't require 'All' or 'Nothing.' Just that customers meet that minimum threshold (which is top of mind!).
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Benefits:Makes accessible to small businessIncreases value of M365-E5 for small customersMakes it easier for larger customer to test it out (unless the service is an All or Nothing setting?)
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Hi @Neil Goldstein - Noted :) It's super helpful to get this kind of feedback to inform the product roadmap from the most important perspective: the customer! Thanks!
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@Nathan Barnett Maybe make the first 25 licenses included in Microsoft 365 E5 licenses :) Most of my "small" customers are between 5-20 seats. Giving owners the ability to "Trust but verify" would be a great selling point for upgrading to M365-E5.
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Hi @Neil Goldstein--Good question! While Workplace Analytics has typically focused on enterprise level organizations, we have taken steps to increase accessibility for smaller customers. For instance, we reduced the licensing minimum from 5,000 seats to 1,000 earlier this year. I hope to see this tr...
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