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Budgeting for Microsoft Dynamics ERP? We Make It Easier.


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If you are evaluating ERP accounting software solutions, no doubt one of the major questions will be about cost. There is no point kicking the tires on a software solution that is just not possible given your budget. Wouldn’t you like to know up front which solutions are viable for your organization? Ordinarily, the pricing information you’re looking for in order to create a short list of candidates is not easy to find. Because your time is valuable, we’d like to help with that.

ERP Software Blog’s Quick Quote Wizard

You can get an estimated price quote for Microsoft Dynamics GP or Microsoft Dynamics NAV in just 5 minutes. Surprising? But it’s true and here’s how it is done:

The ERP Software Blog has developed a tool: The Quick Quote Wizard. You’ll find a bar marked: “Request an Instant Dynamics ERP Quote” on the right-hand side of each page of the ERP Software Blog. Click on the bar to bring up a short online form asking for basic information about your ERP requirements such as functionality required, additional functionality, and level of support needed. Fill in your contact information as well as the number of users.  Click to submit the form and minutes later, a comprehensive proposal will be sent to your inbox. It’s free, it’s automatic and it’s instant.

The proposal will contain not only pricing but also detailed information about deployment options (on premises or in the cloud), implementation services, data migration, training and support plans, video testimonials from current Microsoft Dynamics users, and more.

The estimate is of course non-binding and you are under no obligation. Along with the quote, your contact information will be given to just one of The ERP Software Blog’s member partners in your area who may contact you to see if you have any further questions or concerns. You can choose to work with that partner or choose another.

You get all of this without spending time on the phone or in lengthy sales meetings.  With this proposal in hand, you can begin to make an independent and informed decision about the feasibility of Microsoft Dynamics ERP for your organization. And if it looks like a fit, you can then invite a local partner to meet with you and flesh out the proposal.

If you are also interested in a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Quick Quote, there’s a Wizard for that too.

By ERP Software Blog Writer, www.erpsoftwareblog.com

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