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Perhaps you’ve been planning to upgrade your current on-premise CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solution to a Cloud-based system that will offer more of what you need to drive your business forward. If so, it’s a safe bet that Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM is at the top of your shortlist.
You’ve read a lot of information here on the CRM Software Blog and elsewhere about Microsoft’s Dynamics 365/CRM Cloud solution and the features that put it at the top of its class. You understand that Dynamics 365/CRM fully integrates with your ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system to enhance your business processes and provide you with invaluable BI (Business Intelligence) for successful decision-making.
And Dynamics 365/CRM gives your employees powerful tools that will be familiar and intuitive.
Now you want to know the bottom line: How much will it cost?
The good news is that getting a price quote for Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM is easy, instant, and can be done right here on the CRM Software Blog.
Yes, in just a few minutes, you can get an instant price quote for a Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM solution with the CRM Software Blog’s Quick Quote Wizard.
Here is how the Quick Quote Wizard works:
Look on the right-hand side of each page of the CRM Software Blog for the orange bar labeled: Request Instant Quote Dynamics 365/CRM.
Click on the orange bar to bring up the Quick Quote form.
Select the number and types of licenses you need for your team. Microsoft allows you to mix different license and user types, so you only pay for what you need.
Indicated the level of implementation support you require. Information is supplied on the form.
Enter your contact address, click submit, and you will receive an instant, automated Dynamics 365 Quick Quote outlining license and estimated services costs for an entire CRM project.
There is no obligation; the information and price quotes are a free service that we offer to our readers.
The Quick Quote Wizard is easy and free. Why not try it now?
By CRM Software Blog Writer,www.crmsoftwareblog.com