Microsoft has a plan to clean up its overlapping project-management services

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As Microsoft watchers know all too well, Microsoft has a lot of products and services that offer similar and often overlapping features. Sometimes there are so many similar products that Microsoft needs to create diagrams about which product to use when. But it looks like the various Microsoft teams working on project tracking/management apps and services may be getting their act together.

MSDynamicsWorld.com reported this week that Microsoft is working to remove its Dynamics 365 Project Service Automation (PSA) product from the business applications portfolio. The plan — based on info from partners who’ve allegedly seen the latest Dynamics 365 pricing and licensing slide decks — is to combine PSA with Microsoft Project and Project Online.

“PSA and Project Online are merging

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