BrightWork 365 Licensing and Installation Requirements

License Requirements

License Requirements for BrightWork 365

Any users who need to view and/or update Project, Program, and Portfolio details require a full BrightWork 365 license.

Work items, such as tasks, issues, risks, and the review or approvals of project requests, can be assigned to any user in your Active Directory.

Users who only need to log a Project Request in BrightWork 365 can be assigned a free BrightWork 365 license.

A user does not require a BrightWork 365 license to view a Microsoft Power BI dashboard.



Microsoft 365 License Requirements for BrightWork 365

The user installing BrightWork 365 needs to have a Power Apps per User license. They must also be a Power Platform Admin (global) or a System Administrator in the environment into which they are installing BrightWork 365.

All BrightWork 365 users need a Microsoft Power Apps license that has full Dataverse access (i.e., a ‘’Power Apps per User”, “Power Apps per App”, or “Power Apps pay-as-you-go”).

Anyone who wishes to view or use a Microsoft Power BI Dashboards will need a Power BI Pro license (minimum). Note – Power BI is included in the E5 License.

Access to BrightWork365 will be managed by your IT administrator. Permissions can be managed by your IT administrator or delegated to a member of the Project Management or PMO team.

Installing BrightWork 365

BrightWork 365 installs into a Dataverse-enabled environment in a Microsoft Power Platform tenant. We recommend using a dedicated environment and not installing BrightWork 365 into the default environment.

Organizations require at least one Power Apps per User license, and 1GB of Dataverse database and file space each to install BrightWork 365.

The BrightWork 365 product installation guide can be accessed at this link.