Infographic: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013’s Perpetual Licensing Structure Explained

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By now, you’re probably aware that a new version of Microsoft Dynamics GP will be released on December 19, 2012.  Dynamics GP 2013 brings with it many substantial changes, including over 150 new features and a completely redesigned licensing structure.

If you are at all familiar with Dynamics GP 2010, you may recall that users were given a choice between the Business Essentials and Advanced Management editions, along with various á la carte modules when designing the system that best fit their needs.  However, with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, the Business Essentials and Advanced Management editions have been replaced with the Starter and Extended Packs.  It’s important to note that with this new licensing system, each user gets access to every module that’s included in the pack(s) you buy. You no longer need to purchase individual modules.

To find out more about what’s included in each of Dynamics GP 2013’s available module packs, take a look at this infographic.

Infographic: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013’s Perpetual Licensing Structure Explained

Questions or comments?  Share your thoughts below.  Ready to learn more about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and what it can do for your business?  Contact us so we may discuss your specific needs.

By: Laura Heinbockel, Intelligent Technologies, Inc., a SC Microsoft Dynamics GP partner

5 thoughts on “Infographic: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013’s Perpetual Licensing Structure Explained”

  1. Thanks again Anya and Micheal. I'm glad to know it's serving its intended purpose. I just noticed that the embed code didn't show up with my earlier comment. Sorry about that. If either of you would like to share this infographic, follow the link above to access the embed code.

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