James Baker, alliances director at Softcat, said: “We’re really pleased that Microsoft is making an already popular product more accessible by making it available via Open Licensing – we can’t wait to start providing it to more of our customers. Microsoft’s procurement options have changed and evolved to adapt the needs of customers, and as a result its solutions have become more accessible and cost effective for a wider proportion of our customer base, particularly SMBs.”
Microsoft’s Open Licensing strategy tallies with the general increase in demand for solutions run as a service, removing the need for significant investment and opening up the solution to a wider market. With CRM online, organisations are able to engage more fully with customers, from sales through social analysis to customer care. Microsoft’s CRM solution comes in three versions, and offers organisations full visibility and management of workflows, activities, reports and contact information, all from an easy to use dashboard.
Softcat transacted the largest number of new Office 365 SMB agreements for Microsoft Cloud in the last quarter. As a Volume Licensing, Cloud Accelerate and Cloud Solution Provider (CSP), its dedicated Cloud team is well positioned to advise and assist customers with the license purchasing options for CRM online. In addition, Softcat’s network of trusted partners are available to assist with planning your migration and deployment.
For more information about Dynamics CRM or to discuss your Microsoft licensing requirements with Softcat’s dedicated Microsoft licensing specialists, please don’t hesitate to contact your Softcat account manager or call 01628 403 403.
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