Microsoft Dynamics ERP On-Premise License Incentives to Shrink with New Discount Structure

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A growth incentive for Microsoft Dynamics ERP partners has ended in fiscal year 2016, and that will mean a cut in license margins for the best ERP partners in 2016 and beyond.

The highest performing Dynamics ERP partners will see their on-premise ERP license margin decrease from 60% to 50% over the next year due to the end of an incentive that offered an extra "3 x 5%" or 15% margin discount based on the ability to add new customers and licenses compared to the previous year and previous two years (though there will be exceptions, see Microsoft's statement below) .


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