Publish an app
Reach more customers. Publish an app in the Microsoft commercial marketplace to sell directly to over 4 million users a month.
Drive revenue with the most partner-focused commercial marketplace
Publishing a solution to the marketplace is the first step to selling with Microsoft—plus it gives you exposure to the 4 million monthly active users that shop on commercial marketplace. Learn more about how to drive growth in the most partner-friendly commercial marketplace.
Publish an app and start selling with Microsoft
Publish an app on the marketplace and access 4 million monthly active users—plus get marketing support with Marketplace Rewards.
Team up with a cloud solution provider to reach more customers in a robust ecosystem of cloud partners.
Accelerate growth and reach the 95 percent of Fortune 500 companies that use Azure by selling with Microsoft field sellers.
The Value of Commercial Marketplace for Microsoft Partners
See how the commercial marketplace supports partners' direct salesforce through awareness and transacting capabilities as well as the Microsoft field sales and reseller channels. Learn more in this Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ study commissioned by Microsoft.
Partners estimated that the equivalent value of program engagement in Marketplace Rewards was between $75,000 to $100,000 per quarter. Learn more in this Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ study commissioned by Microsoft.
See how the storefront removes steps like vendor setup and compliance from the sales process and integrates with partner systems to streamline deployment and ongoing management. Learn more in this Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ study commissioned by Microsoft.
See how partners are scaling with the commercial marketplace
See how tyGraph was able to scale and grow with Microsoft AppSource
tyGraph, an award-winning suite of reporting and analytics tools, provides insights into how organizations use their technology. Selling their solution through Microsoft AppSource gives tyGraph the opportunity to scale their solution, reach a broader audience, and create a seamless experience for their customers.
See how a small startup landed a Fortune 50 client
ShookIOT develops solutions that help their customers get more value from operating data to make better, faster decisions. Lean how they used Azure Marketplace to compete with much larger companies and make their biggest deal yet—with a Fortune 50 client.
See how to transform your business with the commercial marketplace
Learn how to prepare your business for successful onboarding and selling in the commercial marketplace—and explore ways to generate real value by taking full advantage of everything the commercial marketplace has to offer.
Frequently asked questions
To create offers in the Microsoft commercial marketplace, your organization first needs to become a Microsoft partner by agreeing to the Microsoft Partner Agreement and accepting the Publisher agreement.
To sign up to be a commercial marketplace publisher, go to Partner Center.
Microsoft AppSource surfaces line of business, industry and productivity applications and services that integrate into Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, and Power Platform services.
Azure Marketplace surfaces category and workload building block applications that IT professionals and developers can use that are built on Azure or used within Azure subscriptions themselves.
To learn more, go to the buyer's guide.
No, there's no cost to publish offers in Microsoft commercial marketplace. However, we do keep a small percentage of the sale as a transaction fee--which has reduced from an industry-standard 20 percent to 3 percent for all transactions starting this month.
After you sign up and accept the Publisher Agreement, you'll have access to the commercial marketplace page in Partner Center. This is where you create and manage offers and where you view analytics reports. For more information, see Welcome to the commercial marketplace.
Offers that are purchased in Azure Marketplace require an Azure account for billing purposes. Solutions that are used directly in Azure also require an Azure account. Solutions that are used in Microsoft 365 applications or Dynamics 365 applications require an existing subscription to Microsoft 365 or Dynamics 365 respectively.
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