Licensing...it can be difficult for customers to understand and for software providers to explain. Lucky for us, in July of 2006, Microsoft launched a new and improved software license model for Microsoft Dynamics GP called Business Ready Licensing (BRL). It changed from a module-based licensing model to a user-based licensing model. This was a huge improvement. Pricing was simplified and customers now get more for their money. Instead of buying each module separately, customers now pay a license fee per user which includes a whole set of commonly used modules needed to run your business. Depending on the level of functionality your business needs, there are 2 editions of Business Ready Licensing to choose from: Business Essentials or Advanced Management. With a robust solution like Microsoft Dynamics GP, it can be difficult to explain all the modules and which ones are included in each edition. That is why I was very excited when Microsoft came out with the easy-to-understand Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Ready Licensing Product Module Guide. This 16-page, full-color guide clearly explains what components are included in each edition and it gives a brief explanation of each module. There is just enough information so that you can determine if this is something your business may need. The guide has been helpful for us in assisting businesses that are evaluating Microsoft Dynamics GP as a possible solution for their business.
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