Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Price and Licensing Changes

Posted on: August 30, 2012 | By: SuperUser Account | Microsoft Dynamics GP

Well, Microsoft is at it again and is making another significant change to the Microsoft Dynamics GP Price and Licensing structure. The new licensing plan is called Perpetual Licensing. The good news is that the overall structure will be simplified again with the entire Dynamics GP offering being reduced to about four or five items.

The current idea of Business Essentials and Advanced Management will be kept, but the names will change and be called a Starter Pack and Extended Functionality. I would also expect more functionality will be added to the Starter Pack for such things as Payroll and Human Resources. The detailed pricing has not been finalized, but the preliminary information looks promising. Small and mid-market companies should still be able to get a solid system up and running using Microsoft Dynamics GP for a reasonable cost.

Microsoft has also made some changes to the “read-only” type of users that will simplify the structure and make the application more accessible to a variety of users.

Microsoft does plan to keep Dynamics GP on a concurrent user basis and likely extend that to the read-only users which are currently named users.

No one likes change, but I think Microsoft has made some positive improvements in the Microsoft Dynamics GP Price and Licensing Structure.

Logan Consulting is a Chicago based Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner and Reseller. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or want to discuss Microsoft Dynamics GP.



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