Microsoft Dynamics 365: How Much Will It Cost?

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Don’t you find it ironic that the one piece of information you really need is often the one that is the hardest to come across? If you’ve been investigating CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software, you’ve been able to compare features, platforms and applications, but the one thing you are still wondering about is cost. Will it fit into your company’s budget? Why are some software vendors reluctant to give you an estimate for CRM software, implementation and service?

Well, here at the CRM Software Blog we have just the tool you need to calculate the costs and determine if you want to move forward with your project. The Quick Quote tool is designed to use basic information from you regarding the size of your organization, the number of employees who will use the CRM solution, whether you prefer to run it on-premises or in the cloud and what level of support you are likely to need.

With that information, the Quick Quote tool will automatically and instantly provide you with a ballpark estimate of the costs that will be involved to get you up and running as well as what you can expect to pay for ongoing use.

While the Quick Quote tool doesn’t guarantee a final price, it will give you a good idea of the range you can expect and can give you legitimate numbers to present to your stakeholders and decision makers. It will save you time and remove a lot of the guesswork attached to making your decision.

After filling in the Quick Quote form which you’ll see on each page of the CRM Software Blog, you’ll be emailed a (non-binding) quote for what Microsoft Dynamics 365 (formerly Dynamics CRM) is expected to cost. You’ll also be forwarded the name of just one of our Microsoft Dynamics 365 partners who will be able to answer questions and address any concerns you might have. You can choose to work with that partner but you are certainly not required to. The referral is all part of the Quick Quote service.

Take a few moments now and complete the Quick Quote form at Get the information you’ve been looking for.

By CRM Software Blog Writer










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