Microsoft Dynamics ERP? – Yes, Please! But What Will It Cost?

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Now, more than ever, a full-service ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution with remote capabilities is a good idea.

It’s no secret to business owners how valuable an ERP solution like Microsoft Dynamics is.  If you are a regular reader of the ERP Software Blog, you’ve seen informative posts about the many features that can automate your accounting processes, protect against user error, save resources, and add value to your company.

Perhaps you have also investigated other ERP software offerings and are about to make a decision. Before you sit down with a sales rep, wouldn’t it be nice to have a budgeting estimate of the total cost of ownership of the Microsoft Dynamics ERP solution that is best for your business?

The ERP Software Blog can help with that. We’ve developed a handy tool to get you started: The ERP Software Blog Quick Quote Wizard.

Here’s how it works:

On the right-hand side of each page of the ERP Software Blog, you’ll see an orange bar labeled “Request an Instant Dynamics ERP Quote.” Click that bar, and you’ll be taken to the very brief Quick Quote form.

Answer a few questions to let the Wizard know what level ERP software you need: basic, basic plus, or advanced financials; on-premises or in the cloud; how many and the type of users you anticipate; and the level of implementation support you require. Include your contact information, click submit, and instantly a personalized proposal will pop right into your inbox.

The Quick Quote is not a binding contract; pricing is for budgetary purposes only and is a service we provide for our readers.

If you’re serious about implementing an ERP solution that’s user-friendly and comprehensive, get your Microsoft Dynamics ERP Quick Quote now.

By ERP Software Blog Writer, www.erpsoftwareblog.com

 

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