Dynamics 365 Enterprise ERP go-lives on Azure are accelerating, says Microsoft

July 12 2017

The pace at which customers of Microsoft's enterprise cloud ERP offering, Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Enterprise edition (D365FOE) go live has accelerated in recent months from five or fewer customers per week up to approximately twelve per week, officials reported this week at Inspire 2017.

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jefflfrye's picture

"Our shows that cloud doesn't have to be more expensive" That is some pretty strong persuasive language when the goal is to get decision makers (mostly accountant types) to abandon their very expensive purchased licence system and start paying thousands of dollars per month toward Microsoft's rental (more aggressive revenue stream). Jeff Frye

jgumpert's picture

This was specific to Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations Enteprise. TCO analysis they offered appeared to make the cloud case best when a long view was taken, like 5 or more years at least. And as the use of D365 team member seats rises, they indicated that the modeling tilts further in the favor of cloud.