Learn about important updates in the commercial marketplace program of Partner Center. This page is updated frequently, so be sure to check back often!
Publishers of Azure application offers can view offer deployment health in the Quality of service (QoS) reports. QoS helps publishers understand the reasons for offer deployment failures and provides actionable insights for their remediation. For details, see Quality of service (QoS) dashboard.
Setup and maintenance of Power BI Visuals is migrating from the Office Store to the commercial marketplace over the next few weeks. This FAQ provides a summary of improvements to the offer submission process. To start, see Plan a Power BI visual offer.
Developers can use new report APIs to programmatically access commercial marketplace analytics data. You can schedule custom reports and download your marketplace data into your internal analytics systems. To learn more, see Get started with programmatic access to analytics data.
End-customer taxation in Australia is managed by Microsoft, except for customer purchases made through an enterprise agreement, which are managed by the publisher.
This topic gives publishers a single convenient location to find recent changes to the commercial marketplace, including updates to certification policy, changes to tax rules, and more. To learn more, see Align your business with our e-commerce platform.
Microsoft 365 independent software vendors (ISVs) can now link their software as a service (SaaS) offer to their related Teams apps, Office add-ins (WXPO), and SharePoint SPFx solutions in Partner Center. SaaS ISVs can also declare if their SaaS offer is integrated with Microsoft Graph API. To learn more, see Test and deploy Microsoft 365 Apps by partners in the Integrated apps portal.