4 Microsoft Dynamics Cost Considerations

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If you have found that your business has outgrown its business software solution, you may be considering ERP software and wondering about Microsoft Dynamics cost considerations. Because Microsoft Dynamics packages vary among businesses and their needs, the price will depend on factors such as licensing and implementation method. Here are four of the major factors when it comes to determining the cost of Microsoft Dynamics software.

Deployment Method

There are three main ways a company can get Microsoft Dynamics deployed - cloud, traditional (on-premises) or a combination of both. For those who prefer cloud deployment, they may decide to do this with the help of their Microsoft Dynamics partner or using Windows Azure. Alternatively, for a traditional on-site deployment, companies may choose to host the software on servers either remotely or with the help of a Microsoft Dynamics partner. Finally, a company may choose a combination of both of these solutions. The decision will depend on current and future business needs, as well as the expertise of their IT team.

Number of Users

Licensing options abound for Microsoft Dynamics users as there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Competition, industry needs, product growth and compliances are all factors that can impact what combination of full and limited-access license users you require. Once you work with a Microsoft Dynamics partner to determine this unique mix, you then can decide whether you are best suited for a preconfigured or customized page. Finally, companies have the choice of paying for the software upfront or through a monthly subscription to limit cost.

Business Needs

Now that you know how many people need a license and how you want it deployed, you can start looking at the various software features you need. From manufacturing and financial management to reporting and project management, these needs will vary among companies and you only need to pay for what you need. For example, if you are in need of project management assistance, Microsoft Dynamics has a robust set of features that can help you budget for time and cost, automate billing, track resources, and much more. This is just a tip of the iceberg when it comes to the business needs met by Microsoft Dynamics.

Implementation & Training Needs

Because no two businesses are the same, this is where a relationship with a Microsoft Dynamics partner really shines. These boots-on-the-ground experts help business owners understand local requirement and regulations, as well as offer insight from their specialized industry knowhow. When working with your Microsoft Dynamics partner, you will develop tailored solutions to get you up and running quickly and easily. Those who work with Microsoft Dynamics partners benefit with software deployed just how they want it, along with training and ongoing support.

 

Have questions about how much Microsoft Dynamics will cost your company? Don’t hesitate to reach out to Express Information Systems today for more information.

Iris Schimke of Express Information Systems is a Microsoft Dynamics partner in Texas, specializing in business and accounting software in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, and Houston.

 

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