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Dynamics GP 2013 Limited User Licenses: What are They and How Much Do They Cost?

Have you ever thought it would be nice for more people in your organization to have access to GP 2013? This is a thought that often crosses the minds of our current customers and prospects. But two common concerns often lead them to quickly give up the notion of extending access to Dynamics GP. Those […]

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Getting a Grip on the Dynamics GP 2013 Licensing Model

Whether you are outgrowing entry-level accounting software, rubber-banding an outdated legacy solution, or simply tired of paying annual maintenance fees to a vendor that provides little to no value for your money – now may just be the time to give your people and your business the tools to work forward. The latest version of […]

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Dynamics GP 2013’s New Licensing Structure Offers Additional Modules and Users at No Extra Charge

The latest version of Microsoft Dynamics GP (GP 2013) not only comes with a wide variety of new features, but also brings with it many beneficial licensing changes.  Here are just a few of the new licensing benefits you can enjoy once you implement or upgrade to Microsoft Dynamics GP version 2013:  A large number […]

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Infographic: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013’s Perpetual Licensing Structure Explained

By now, you’re probably aware that a new version of Microsoft Dynamics GP will be released on December 19, 2012.  Dynamics GP 2013 brings with it many substantial changes, including over 150 new features and a completely redesigned licensing structure. If you are at all familiar with Dynamics GP 2010, you may recall that users […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Standard and Professional Users Get Extended Pack Free

I just found out that customers on old Standard or Professional versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP will automatically get the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 starter pack AND extended pack when they upgrade. It is kind of like buying a Honda Civic and then being told you were eligible to trade it in for a new Mercedes but your repair bills will stay the same. But let me give you some background to explain why this is so important.

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Which Dynamics GP 2013 Modules Will Every Existing Dynamics GP User Receive Free?

As an existing Microsoft Dynamics GP user, what new functionality will you get in Dynamics GP 2013?  The new release is scheduled for December 2012, along with a new licensing model called Perpetual Licensing. Module Based Pricing (Standard and Professional Editions) and Business Ready Licensing (Business Essentials and Advanced Management Editions are going away.) If […]

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5 Ways Existing Customers Can Save Money Before New Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing Begins

New pricing, called Perpetual Licensing, is coming with the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. (We don’t know exactly when the release will be, but rumor says December 2013.) What does this mean for our existing Microsoft Dynamics customers? In general, you do not need to worry. If you purchased your original Microsoft Dynamics GP […]

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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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