Simplified Pricing of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and NAV 2013 for SMBs Announced at WPC 2012

July 11 2012

Simplicity was the word of the day at WPC 2012 for Microsoft Dynamics GP and NAV partners learning about the new perpetual licensing scheme that will take effect for on-premise deployments and upgrades to NAV 2013 and GP 2013.  The changes will result in far fewer individual line items in the price list, with the aim of making it easier for partners to generate quotes and customers to understand them.

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Rick Baxter's picture

Guys, I have run the numbers three times and I can't believe the improvement for the under 20 User Deals. This will make us very price competative to EPICOR, M2M, Infor, and others. Thank you Microsoft for re-evaluating your price points. Rick Baxter

adnansk's picture

How can I ask for GP license Quatation for 15 users. As we want to do the implement Logistics & Distribution + Finance modules.