A business can be ready for an ERP solution, but sometimes the wallet isn’t. Today, we are going to break down the difference between Perpetual and Subscription Licensing. Learn how you can decrease the cost while still having Microsoft Dynamics NAV today.
You are licensing the software with permanent usage rights. This means you can use the software for as long as you would like. Perpetual Licensing is ideal if you prefer an upfront investment for your business. If will run the software on your premises and manage the solution in-house – this is also the route to go.
You license non-perpetual rights. You can use the software only during the term of the agreement secured by periodic payments. To put it another way, this is like renting month-to-month or a pay-as-you-go service.
Is Subscription Licensing a good fit for my business?
If you are wary of an ERP solution due to the price tag that comes with it, then it definitely could be. It might be particularly beneficial for businesses that have variable staff or start-ups. After all, spending thousands on a hardware solution can be a huge commitment. Particularly if you aren’t sure where you want to take your business yet, or who will be clocking in next week.
With Subscription licensing, you can buy the exact number of licenses you need month-to-month. NAV has never been more more accessible to SMB’s that want an economical option than it is today. You can have an ERP without breaking the budget.
IfIf you would like to find out what a monthly subscription cost would be for your business, contact us.
For more information on a Cloud-Based solution – 5 Perks of a Cloud-Based Solution