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Posts Tagged ‘Cost of Dynamics GP’

Three Effective Cost-Saving Strategies When Buying ERP Software

Recent buyers of ERP software can tell you how easy it is to go over budget. Yet with a little homework, you can learn how to manage your costs and even reap significant savings.

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What is the Average Cost of a Dynamics GP Upgrade?

When you budget the cost of purchasing Microsoft Dynamics GP it is also good to keep in mind the cost of future software upgrades. If you are current on your annual maintenance plan with Microsoft you will receive the latest software for free, but unless you have a qualified Dynamics GP technical team on staff, […]

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Extend the Power of Microsoft Dynamics GP For Half the Cost

When you purchase Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, all your concurrent users get access to the functionality in the Starter Pack. This includes access to 50+ modules and is more than enough for most of the companies we work with. However, there are a few additional more advanced modules that can added if you purchase the […]

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Dynamics GP 2013 Price Discount Saves Money, Except When it Doesn’t

 It seems it is rare to have to buy Microsoft Dynamics GP without a promotion these days. The last discount offer ended two months ago and the new offer was just announced.  It is called the “Give Me 5 Again”.  This is a great promotion for most companies, but there is one scenario where it […]

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Microsoft “Win to Grow” Business Challenge… A Chance to Win $45,000!

Microsoft announces the “Win to Grow” Business Challenge, an opportunity for three lucky winners to receive $45,000 worth of Microsoft Dynamics GP software licensing and services! All it takes is a quick 30 to 90 second video explaining how Microsoft Dynamics GP could positively transform your business operations and create your potential for future success!  […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Price Rising Oct 2012 – How To Be “Grandfathered In” At Lower Cost

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 is scheduled to be released in December 2012.  With it comes an entirely new pricing model for Dynamics GP called Perpetual Licensing.  Companies who buy Dynamics GP BEFORE October 1, 2012 will be considered existing customers.  There are 3 areas in which this will be valuable: Minimum User Count, Protected List […]

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Give Me 5! Five Microsoft Dynamics GP User Licenses for 3K!

The Microsoft Dynamics GP promotions department is at it again… this time around we can now offer FIVE user licenses for $3,000 (USD). This promotion is available in other countries too. Contact your reseller for more information by country and pricing for your company. The Dynamics GP Business Essentials Suite or Advanced Management Suite may […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Cost Estimate

Nearly everyone uses the Internet to research new purchases from shoes to business software.   I have found that half of our new customers in 2010 contacted CIS through one of our blog sites or our website.   This is the primary reason we added the Dynamics GP Quick Quote option to our website.  Prospective customers have […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP – It’s Easy à la Staples!

By Karen Jernstrom, Altico Advisors Everyone has seen the now iconic Staples “easy” button.  Pretty ingenious marketing if you ask me.  But think about it for a moment.  It’s just a prop.  It’s not a button that actually connects to anything.  Still, people love it.  We have one at our front desk.  And I’m not […]

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Justifying Your Investment in Dynamics GP (Great Plains) – Cost vs. Return On Investment (ROI)

There are many reasons that you are looking for a new system to run your business. Whether your company has grown or the business processes have changed, or the system you currently use is old and no longer a fit, you want to make sure the right system is chosen. My next blog will discuss […]

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