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Is Power Automate or Apps a part of any technical benefits for Solutions Designations?

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I was going through the partner benefits doc for all the technical benefits you receive for each solution designation. 

I don't see any that list out Power Apps or Power Automate licenses. Are they not included for any internal use rights benefits? Or could they be hidden within say, a Dynamics benefit for Bizapps?

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You are correct in the Power Apps and Automate are not included as individual licensed products in the benefits.

You do have rights to use these in the right contexts within the Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 IUR license benefits you receive.

I agree that it would be great to receive some Power Apps per user plan and Automate per user plan licenses as part of the benefits.
Thanks Nick, that's what I was afraid of. Hopefully they announce the addition for FY24. Both bizapps and digital and app innovation have Power Platform skilling as part of the qualifiers, and you would suspect they would add at least some licenses to those.

Hi @smartbridge_brooke 

 

I've recently began monitoring this Partner Benefit community, so my apologies for the delay in responding to your post. 

 

Partners are able to receive incentive rewards when they drive customer usage of BizApps (Business Applications) Power Apps and Power Automate for application development.

 

Is that what you're asking?

 

If so, please review the current partner incentives guide in Partner Center, and click on Business Applications Incentives:

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If this reply answers your question, please Accept as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

Otherwise, please let me know if you need further assistance on this topic.


Regards,

Microsoft CSP Licensing Concierge

 

@smartbridge_brooke 

 

Please see my reply. 

 

Regards,

Microsoft CSP Licensing Concierge

Thanks but no. I was asking about Internal Use Rights benefits. So we can get licenses to use these tools as partners.

@smartbridge_brooke 

 

I didn't see where you mentioned internal use rights in your post. 

 

You might want to revise your original post to avoid confusion in case others have the same question. 

 

From what I've gathered from your post and reply, you're asking if partners have Internal Use Rights for power automate or power apps, correct? If so, Internal Use Rights (IUR) is a cloud services and on-premises software benefit in the Microsoft Partner Network for Microsoft Action Pack subscribers and partners with a Silver or Gold competency.

 

 

Regards,

Microsoft CSP Licensing Concierge

 

 

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best response confirmed by smartbridge_brooke (Brass Contributor)
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You are correct in the Power Apps and Automate are not included as individual licensed products in the benefits.

You do have rights to use these in the right contexts within the Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 IUR license benefits you receive.

I agree that it would be great to receive some Power Apps per user plan and Automate per user plan licenses as part of the benefits.

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