Breaking Down the Cost of Microsoft Dynamics 365

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Microsoft Dynamics 365 is one of the leading ERP systems for manufacturers. At Sabre Limited, we’ve been implementing Dynamics 365 Business Central for small to medium-sized manufacturing companies for many years now. One common question that I always get is, “how much does Dynamics 365 cost?” 

To be honest, I can’t give you a quote without knowing which Dynamics 365 product you want, what type of manufacturing you do, and the size of your business. These are a few things I need to know before we sit down and discuss the cost. However, without knowing your business, I can give you some rough estimates. 

Intro to the Microsoft Dynamics Pricing Structure 

When it comes to Dynamics 365, you first need to find a reliable ERP vendor to help you with implementation, training and support. I suggest finding a partner that specializes in your industry. Ask them for a few references for businesses similar to yours and get on a call with them.  

What you need to figure out is the price of implementation, ongoing support, and licenses. Once you’ve found a partner to help you implement Dynamics 365, work out how many licenses your business needs. 

Note: Microsoft Dynamics license cost varies from product to product. 

Remember, you’re looking to invest in a one-time implementation fee, ongoing support, and monthly license subscriptions. 

To get a better understanding as to how an estimate might look, let’s consider implementing Dynamics 365 Business Central with Sabre Limited as your partner. Maybe you’re a small manufacturer so you only need 10 full user licenses and 5 team member licenses. 

Here is what that cost breakdown could look: 

  • Implementation: $30,000 
  • Support:  $1500 per month during implementation, $600 per month after Go Live 
  • Licenses: $740 per month ($700 for 10 full users, $40 for 5 team members) 

The information above is just an estimate if you were to choose Sabre Limited to implement Dynamics 365 Business Central. However, there are many other products for your business to consider. 

Popular Products of Microsoft Dynamics 365

Exploring the Most Popular Products of Microsoft Dynamics 365 

Microsoft Dynamics 365 offers a suite of products tailored to meet the needs of businesses across various industries. 

Here’s a closer look at some of the key products within the Dynamics 365 family: 

Dynamics 365 Business Central is an all-in-one business management solution for small to medium-sized businesses. It helps streamline processes, make smarter decisions, and accelerate growth. 

Dynamics 365 CRM (Customer Relationship Management) is designed to manage a company’s interactions with current and potential customers. Take a closer look at Dynamics CRM pricing. 

Dynamics 365 Sales empowers sales teams to build strong relationships with customers, take actions based on insights, and close deals faster. 

Dynamics 365 Customer Service enables businesses to deliver exceptional customer service experiences. 

Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management optimizes and automates supply chain operations. 

Dynamics 365 Finance, sometimes referred to as F&O, helps businesses manage their financial operations. We have covered Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations pricing completely on our blog. 

Each of these products in the Dynamics 365 suite is designed to help businesses operate more efficiently and effectively. 

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Implementation Costs 

You should be looking for an ERP vendor that is an expert in Dynamics 365 implementations and in your industry. However, not all vendors are the same. Implementation costs vary depending on your industry, the size of your business, and the pricing model of your vendor. So, make sure to do your research. 

Implementation costs can vary widely based on the vendor's pricing model. Some vendors charge based on time and materials, which can lead to unpredictable and often high costs. Others, like Sabre Limited, offer fixed fees, providing a more predictable and transparent cost structure. 

At Sabre Limited, our Microsoft Dynamics 365 implementation cost is always going to be very close to what we quote you at. That’s because we use fixed fees. We’re not billing you on time and material, which can often get expensive. Our fixed-fee model ensures that you have a clear understanding of the costs upfront, allowing for better budget planning and financial control. 

So, remember, your partner should: 

  1. Be an expert in your industry 
  2. Be an expert in implementing Dynamics 365 
  3. Have a billing method that works for you 

Conclusion 

By now, I hope you have a better idea as to the cost of Dynamics 365. They can vary greatly; however, we can make estimates if we know which product(s) you need, the size of your business, and how many licenses you need. 

If you have any more questions about pricing or would like to discuss implementing Dynamics 365 Business Central, please make sure to contact me. I am always happy to help manufacturers take the right step in choosing the best ERP for their business. 

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