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Three Things to Know About Microsoft Dynamics ERP Licensing


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It’s becoming increasingly important to understand the complicated nature of software pricing and licensing. Companies may need to lean on technology for advanced functionality, but the licensing costs shouldn’t break the bank. And you shouldn’t be stuck in something you can’t manage or even understand. So let’s take a look at the top three things to know about Microsoft Dynamics ERP licensing to avoid any surprises along the way:

  1. Who Needs Access? The number and type of people using the software affects the licensing costs. So, it’s important to consider exactly who needs access and what type of tasks they need to complete with the software.
  2. What Services Do you Require? Different levels of service and upgrades will affect the licensing costs. If your organization requires a lot of support, training, and more, then it’s important to factor this into your overall costs. Don’t skimp on this either as it improves user adoption, making sure your solution does its job right.
  3. What Type of Access is Needed at Any Given Time? The type of access can also affect licensing costs. Some employees with have full access, while others will have limited, or partial access. And if you only have a certain number of employees needing access at one time, your fee may be lower. Make sure to define how many users at specific times so you don’t pay more than you have to.

Licensing can get complicated, which is why partners are an essential relationship during software purchase. We here at Sikich are a Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM partner and would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the software as well as the licensing costs associated.

By Sikich, Microsoft Dynamics ERP Partner based out of Chicago

 

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