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The question is for the needs of a client of mine, it has navision on premise with 4 concurrent licenses, it has license expansion needs, the question is that it wants the pay-per-use model, we have already seen that it can be done through third-party type Azure Microsoft itself and hosting third, the question is whether it is feasible to make the model of payment for use of Microsoft Navision 2015 in the current server on premise, with the corresponding changes of licenses etc ... I would appreciate prompt response. regards
I'm not a licensing expert but with NAV there's a licensing model called SPLA where you can pay for use (a fee every month for every user connected to NAV). In the SPLA model, the NAV installation is a customer's property until he stop the payment. Afte that, you need to stop the service.
I suggest you to contact your Microsoft partner or local headquarter.
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