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Microsoft Dynamics ERP Solution Implementation – How Much Will it Cost?


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    If you have been considering a Microsoft Dynamics ERP solution implementation, no doubt you are interested in how much it will cost, not only for the software and the implementation, but also the ongoing cost of ownership. If you have tried an internet search, you’ve probably noticed that there is a strange silence when it comes to quoting prices. We understand that Dynamics partners would rather talk to you in person about prices, but we also understand that having a ballpark estimate at the beginning will let you know if you are playing in the right ballpark. Why get all excited about the bells and whistles only to find that your business cannot presently bear the cost?

     

    That is why we at the ERP Software Blog have developed a Quick Quote tool to help you with a budgetary quote for the software cost, annual maintenance fees and estimated implementation charges for a Microsoft Dynamics ERP project.

     

    Answer a few short questions related to your type of business, whether you prefer on premise or in the cloud, the number of users and your contact information and the Quick Quote tool will automatically crunch the information and send you a personalized PDF containing the detailed estimate you need for budgeting. Along with the estimate, you will receive a referral to one of our Dynamics ERP partners in your area who can answer any of your questions. Of course, the estimate and the referral are both non-binding, but they should go a long way toward helping you decide if now is the right time for your business to implement a Microsoft Dynamics ERP solution.

     

    The Quick Quote tool is free and automatic. Why not check it out?

    By ERP Software Blog Editors, www.erpsoftwareblog.com

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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