If you are contemplating investing in a comprehensive CRM software solution, no doubt one of the major questions will be about cost. There’s no sense getting your heart set on a software solution that is just not within your budget. Wouldn’t you like to know at the beginning of your search whether your choice is economically viable for your organization? Often, the pricing information you need in order to create your short list of candidates is difficult to find and only available after numerous consultations with various implementation partners. Because your time is valuable, we’d like to help you cut out some of the busywork by providing a budgeting tool for Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM.
CRM Software Blog’s Quick Quote Wizard
Using the CRM Software Blog’s Quick Quote Wizard, you can easily and instantly get a cost estimate for the software, implementation and any ongoing costs associated with ownership of a Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM or Dynamics 365 Online.
How it works
On the right side of each page on the CRM Software Blog, you’ll see a bar labeled: “Request Instant Quote Dynamics 365/CRM.” Clicking on that bar will lead you to a brief online form asking for basic information about your CRM requirements. Provide your contact information, submit the form, and minutes later you will receive an instant, automated Dynamics 365 Quick Quote outlining software, maintenance, and estimated services costs for an entire project, for either Microsoft Dynamics 365 or Microsoft Dynamics 365 Online. It’s free, it’s automatic, and it’s instant.
The estimate is, of course, non-binding and you are under no obligation. Along with the quote, your contact information will be given to just one of The CRM Software Blog’s member partners in your area who may contact you to address any questions you might have. You can choose to work with that partner or choose another.
The Quick Quote Wizard can save you hours spent on the phone trying to track down estimates. With this cost estimate in hand, you can begin to make an informed decision about the feasibility of Microsoft Dynamics 365 for your organization. If it looks like a fit, you can then invite a local partner to meet with you and flesh out the proposal.
By CRM Software Blog Writer, www.crmsoftwareblog.com