Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM is the full function, cloud-based CRM/ERP system that runs on Microsoft’s Azure platform. Moving your CRM to Microsoft Dynamics 365 means that 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.
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 and integrates with Office 365 to create an all-encompassing business application suite.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 has two licensing models available:
• Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Edition – Optimized for 10-260 employees, includes Financials, Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service functionality.
• Microsoft Dynamics 365 Enterprise Edition – Optimized for 250 or more employees, includes the capabilities of Dynamics CRM Online and Dynamics AX, such as Sales, Customer Service, Field Service, Project Service Automation, and Operations (ERP).
The CRM Software Blog has a Quick Quote Wizard designed to provide you with a budgetary estimate of the costs involved with Microsoft Dynamics 365.
The Quick Quote tool will help you calculate the total cost, which includes the license subscription, annual software assurance maintenance plan, and approximate implementation and training costs from a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Partner.
Find the Quick Quote tool on the right-hand side of each page of the CRM Software Blog. Click on the orange bar labeled: Get Instant Quote Dynamics 365/CRM and fill in the brief form.
The Quick Quote will arrive instantly in your inbox. It couldn’t be easier.
The Quick Quote carries no obligation; it’s a free service that we provide to our readers.
To get started with the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 Price Quick Quote tool, visit www.crmsoftwareblog.com/quick-quote.
By CRM Software Blog Writer, www.crmsoftwareblog.com
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