Test the Dynamics 365 Quick Quote Tool For Project Cost Estimates

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Do you want an accurate, up-to-date budgetary quote on the software cost, annual maintenance fees, and estimated implementation charges for a Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly known as Dynamics CRM) project? You are in luck. The CRM Software Blog Quick Quote tool will ask you a few short questions in a wizard driven tool, such as whether you require Business Edition or Enterprise addition and the number and type of user licenses you require and your contact details.

Then you will receive an automated email containing a personalized PDF. In this PDF you will find:

1) Cost of Dynamics 365 software licenses

2) Price of annual Dynamics 365 maintenance

3) Estimated cost of implementation services from a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Partner

4) Recommendation of one local Dynamics 365 partner in your area.

Request your Dynamics 365 Quick Quote now at www.crmsoftwareblog.com/quick-quote.

This is an extremely useful and free, automated budget calculation tool. A ballpark figure estimate of the kind of money you’re looking at spending for this implementation project can help your managers assess whether or not the idea is feasible at the current time.

Although the final Quick Quote figure is only an estimate of the total spend, it can really help you understand what is involved in a Dynamics 365 project. At the end of the day, with the help of the Dynamics 365/CRM partner you choose, you may end up spending more or less on the project to get what you want, but it’s an excellent idea to have accurate estimates for reference beforehand.

Check out this easy-to-use, quick and accurate quote wizard now at www.crmsoftwareblog.com/quick-quote.

By CRM Software Blog Editors, www.crmsoftwareblog.com

1 thought on “Test the Dynamics 365 Quick Quote Tool For Project Cost Estimates”

  1. with 365 phone app can we use without having ADFS & IFD installed? Our phones are behind a corporate firewall....I can access the CRM on-premise(365)web app (validates using AD), but not the phone app.

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