Microsoft recently announced that their next release of Dynamics CRM will be available in the fall of 2013. According to Microsoft Dynamics CRM corporate vice president, Bob Stutz, this new release will enable people to connect with customers “in a new way that is personal.”
Learn more about how Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 will be a more personal solution here: http://www.socius1.com/dynamics-crm-2013-coming-this-fall/
Microsoft is extending this personal experience beyond just how people use and interact with the software, but also in how they license it – beginning with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Fall ’13 release. They will offer three online license options that customers can mix and match to obtain the best possible solution for their unique organizations and not be forced to fit every user into the same license. These options are:
Professional is for the majority of users, those who need the full capabilities of Microsoft Dynamics CRM including sales force automation, marketing and customer care functionality. Professional will be available in the US for $65 per user per month.
Basic will best suit sales, service and marketing users who need to manage accounts, contacts, leads, cases and access custom applications as well as for business analysts who require reporting capabilities. Basic will be available in the US for $30 per user per month.
Essential is for those users who only need to access custom applications developed in house or by a Dynamics CRM partner like Socius. Essential will be available in the US for $15 per user per month.
The prices above do not include other fees that may apply for add-on services such as additional storage, testing and production instances or for procuring Internet connectivity.
In addition to making the licensing of Dynamics CRM Online more personal, Microsoft is also adding flexible support options, so that users can further personalize their Dynamics CRM experience.
By Socius, a Dynamics CRM Online partner in Ohio and Kansas (www.socius1.com)