From the Blogs: CRM On-Premise vs On-Demand; Dynamic Duo; Dynamics Snap and AX 2009; Event Management Accelerator
published August 23, 2008
Dynamics CRM On-Premise vs. On-Demand: Microsoft offers Dynamics CRM in on-premise and on-demand versions. On-premise enables customers to purchase licenses and run the application on their own servers, while on-demand lets customers subscribe to the software service on a per user per month basis. But what are some additional differences? The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Team Blog explains the differences (and similarities) between Dynamics CRM On-Premise and On-Demand, and offers a helpful chart for reference. The blog also advises that the decision to go on-premise or on-demand should be driven by criteria such as budget, existing IT infrastructure and resources. For more information
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