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I'm refereeing MS D365 BC On-premise version Perpetual licenses model.
In Dynamics NAV 2018 , we had an option to add extended pack later in to the starter pack & use extended pack features when customer require based on the business growth or based on their future plans.
What is the option for D365 BC On-Premise version for same scenario.
Let say customer implement D365 2019 & want to implement manufacturing module 2021. Do they want to purchase premium license in 2019 ?
I know client can't mix & purchase both essential licenses & Premium license, But i think above business case is valid scenario when client evaluating an ERP solution.
Need your opinion for this.
I think Microsoft will give credit note for existing product line & register new module as a new product line . Same they did for NAV 2009 (BE, AM flavors )
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