13 Blog Posts on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing and other Shortcuts for the ERP Software Buyer

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Calculating the cost of Microsoft Dynamics GP is much easier than it has been in the past. In a nutshell the cost of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 software licenses are:

 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Price List

  • Starter Pack (3 Users) = $5,000
  • Additional Full User = $3,000
  • Additional Limited (Read Only) User = $600


  • Extended Pack = $10,000
  • Customization Pack = $6,000
  • SmartList Builder Pack = $2,000
  • Extended HR and Payroll = $7,000
  • Collections Management = $3,500 

Although this pricing is simplified, there have been many questions about it during the transition period. Over the past several months I have written several blog articles outlining what ERP software buyers (and current Dynamics GP customers) need to know about the new Perpetual Licensing price model. Here are 13 of those posts for quick reference. 

  1. Four Additional Packs on the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Price List
  2. Unofficial Guide to the Two Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Upgrade Policies
  3. Microsoft Announces Pricing Changes to SQL Server Licensing for Microsoft Dynamics GP
  4. What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013? Descriptions of 60 New Features
  5. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Starter Pack Module Descriptions
  6. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Extended Pack Module Descriptions
  7. Microsoft Dynamics GP Standard and Professional Users Get Extended Pack Free
  8. Tip to Maximize Your Protected List Price Prior to a Dynamics GP 2013 Upgrade
  9. New Price of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Customization Suite Announced
  10. 5 Ways Existing Customers Can Save Money Before New Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing Begins
  11. Which Dynamics GP 2013 Modules Will Every Existing Dynamics GP User Receive Free?
  12. Simplified Pricing for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Coming Soon
  13. Microsoft Dynamics GP Price Rising Oct 2012 – How To Be “Grandfathered In” At Lower Cost 

Keep in mind that the software licenses are only part of the total cost of a Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 implementation. You need to budget for these four areas: 

  1. Microsoft Dynamics GP Software List Price
  2. Microsoft Dynamics GP Software Maintenance Fees
  3. Microsoft Dynamics GP Implementation Costs
  4. Hardware Costs or Deployment Costs

Still confused about the cost? CAL Business Solutions has a very popular white paper, that has been updated for 2013, called “30 Questions Every CFO Must Ask About the Cost of Accounting Software” that goes into detail in these four areas. And another white paper called “Beyond Software: How to Estimate the Cost of ERP Implementation Services.” Read those and you will soon be a pricing expert, armed to tackle the ERP software selection process.

The easiest way to get a quick cost estimate for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 – including software, maintenance and estimated implementation services is to request a free automated Microsoft Dynamics GP Quick Quote from CAL Business Solutions. Enter the number of users, choose a package based on the functionality level you need and you will instantly receive a personalized quick quote to your email inbox. Go to www.calszone.com/quick-quote

Then contact CAL Business Solutions at sales@calszone.com to discuss your specific needs and learn more about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 for your business.

By Anya Ciecierski, CAL Business Solutions, www.calszone.com Connecticut Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner


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