SMB-owners, looking for that “right” software solution, can turn to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for robust functionality across a number of vertical sectors. Moreover, Dynamics 365 pricing reflects a software designed to align with a company’s needs.
For starters, this ERP/CRM bundle is hosted on the Azure cloud service, making the SaaS platform ideal for businesses to “mix and match modules,” while opting to use the Enterprise or Business editions. In the latter case, users must license anyone accessing the service, but allows “external users” (those who are not employees, agents or onsite contractors) to access DN365 for managing (vendors!) accounts and orders.
Subscription levels (SL) for ‘internal users’ are granted ‘non-perpetual rights’ based on their use of service. Although SLs can’t be shared, single SLs, users are able to access the software via multiple devices.
In addition, those who are considered “light users” of D365 are usually aligned with licensing through a Team Member’s subscription. Such users, generally, are doing ‘light’ processing, like time/expense and HR entries, for example.
Globally, companies using DN365 can scale the software to meet ongoing expansion demands. In such instances, this flexibility can set the stage for more agile decision-making: better collaboration through real-time data for meaningful insights wherever users may be.
To learn more about the complete Dynamics ‘stack’ of software, contact us. We can help your tailor the write on-premise, online or hybrid software for your specific needs.
September 28, 2017