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How does the cost of Microsoft Dynamics 365® (formerly Dynamics CRM) stack up compared to its competition? Let’s go head-to-head with some key features and find out.
We won’t name the competitor, but you’ll recognize it from your research. At a December 2016 Microsoft Dynamics event, Microsoft presented a session about Dynamics 365 entitled, “Unmatched Value – More Capability.” Presenters outlined a cost comparison between Microsoft Dynamics 365 and its competitor’s offering. The information is eye-opening.
Source: Microsoft presentation at eXtremeCRM, December 2016
Here’s what is included in the overall $115 license with Microsoft Dynamics 365:
Compare the above to what it would cost for the same functionality from a typical competitor where the overall enterprise license is $150:
Dynamics 365 includes 10GB of storage; the competitor includes 1GB.
Additional data storage with Microsoft costs $5 per 1GB, and you can accrue additional storage at a rate of 5GB for every 20 Dynamics 365 full licenses.
You may have other costs for a CRM system configured to suit your business. However, these prices do give pause for thought when evaluating and budgeting for a solution. Of course, you’ll take a closer look at pricing and functions when you make your selection.
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