Microsoft Dynamics CRM is now sold as part of Microsoft Dynamics 365, the new cloud-based CRM/ERP system that runs on a Microsoft Azure platform. What does this mean for you? For starters it means all of your sales, customer service, field service, marketing, project service automation, operations and even financials can be done from one convenient, integrated cloud platform. It also means we have a new quick quote tool for Microsoft Dynamics 365 to help you calculate the total cost of implementation.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 combines the key elements of previous ERP and CRM systems into a robust and customer-centric platform. It includes built-in business intelligence previously only available in Office 365 and also integrates with Office 365 to create an all-encompassing business application suite.
There are two primary licensing models available:
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Edition – Optimized for 10-260 employees. It includes Financials and will include Sales, Marketing and Customer Service functionality after Spring 2017.
- Microsoft Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition – Optimized for 250 or more employees. It includes the capabilities of Dynamics CRM Online and Dynamics AX, such as Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, Project Service Automation and Operations (ERP).
The Quick Quote tool will help you calculate the cost, which includes the license subscription, annual software assurance maintenance plan and approximate implementation and training costs from a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Partner. Keep in mind that it will not factor in any discounts available for existing CRM customers, pricing for Financials or Operations (Dynamics AX) or pricing for on-premise deployment through dual-use rights. You can get all of that information from your Microsoft Dynamics 365 Partner.
To get started with the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 Price Quick Quote tool, visit www.crmsoftwareblog.com/quick-quote.
By CRM Software Blog Writer, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Partner Locator