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This is what you can expect when you make the decision to purchase Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 as your next ERP system. Microsoft Dynamics GP is available through Microsoft’s Perpetual Licensing model, which helps small and midsize businesses afford the starting costs by diversifying the costs based on functionality per user. Alternatively, customers may opt for the Service Provider’s Subscription Licensing model, which is based on a “per user per month” system with even less upfront cost.
There are two types of “packs” available for purchase: The Starter Pack and the Extended Pack.
- The Starter Pack offers the core Financials and Distribution functionality along with three Full User licenses. This allows organizations to
- view and control finances
- purchase and sell items
- pay and manage employees.
- The Extended Pack provides all of the functionality of the Starter Pack along with
- support for manufacturing and control of goods creation
- field service and project accounting support for managing and billing jobs for construction and professional services
- advanced forecasting and budgeting
In addition to those standard packs, organizations can also purchase the Customization Pack and Extended Human Resources and Payroll Pack. Thanks to this flexibility and modular structure, organizations can save money on ERP features they do not need, while also easily upgrading to new features when they do need them. Whether you need supply chain management or human resources management, Microsoft Dynamics GP has you covered without breaking the bank.
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