Microsoft Dynamics ERP on Azure: Partners intrigued but moving forward with care

August 6 2013

When it comes to forging new territory, no one wants to be a pioneer because the pioneers, as the saying goes, are the people with the arrows in their backs.

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Amelia SS's picture

Hi Linda, Thanks for your post. I’d like to share my experience with Microsoft Dynamics NAV in the Cloud from an Australian perspective. Recently, Hands-on Systems launched a new business unit called Dynamic Business Online In just under 9 months we have several clients live on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 in the cloud (Windows Azure). We found that our clients were very attracted to the solution benefits including the quick implementation schedule, the reduced licencing costs, and comprehensive functionality available out of the box. Read more about what our clients said here Personally, I have found this innovative product thoroughly exciting, and I am looking forward to Microsoft opening data centres in Australia which will attract even more customers.

PedroMonteiro's picture

Which are the cost of each license/user?

MWelna's picture

Hi Pedro, Licensing starts at at $140 per user per month for Financials, then $150 for Distribution, and $175 for Manufacturing. For more information on pricing or to design your solution visit or contact us