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Posts Tagged ‘Total Cost of Ownership’

What is TCO?

Welcome back to our TLA series.  TLA stands for Three Letter Acronyms, and this is our effort to help explain what they mean.  Today we are covering TCO. TCO stands for total cost of ownership and it represents analyzing the cost of a solution beyond the initial purchase price and installation. We do this because […]

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Cash Flow Management and Rapid Implementation of Dynamics GP

We are releasing a body of Rapid Implementation knowledge. The initial materials include a sneak peek chapter on selection of software, Total Cost of Ownership and Return on Investment calculations, tips on purchasing software, and project management templates.

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Switch to the Cloud and Reduce your Costs

Organizations across all industries are increasingly looking to the cloud as a way to help boost their productivity, revenues, returns on technology investments and customer satisfaction. It is important to realize that cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are not easier to implement or use than on-premise systems. However, when implemented properly, cloud ERP system […]

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Compare SaaS Against On-Premise Software Cost Calculator

As Cloud technologies continue to evolve, more and more software buyers are seriously evaluating software as a service (SaaS) solutions against on-premise offerings. While there are many factors that influence which deployment model is best for any particular business (e.g., ability to manage IT internally and speed of deployment) the cost of the system is […]

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Are You Really Considering Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) When Evaluating Software as a Service (SaaS)?

These days, everyone is throwing around buzz words like “Software as a Service” or “Hosted” or “Cloud”, but how do I really go about calculating the total cost of the solution and whether to choose “the Cloud” or on-premise (traditional) solutions? There are a number of cost figures to include : 1.       License fee 2.       […]

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Avoiding the Hidden Costs of Small and Medium Business Software

Technology industry analysts and seasoned business executives have difficulty putting a hard figure on the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of today's traditional SMB application solutions. In computing the cost of software, businesses tend to focus on the purchase price. Yet even when fully operational, software is never free. It must be supported, maintained and […]

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