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Why Microsoft Dynamics NAV Upgrades Need a Subscription Option

In 2013, when Microsoft released their first subscription license model for Dynamics NAV, it reinforced the trend of Microsoft Dynamics NAV moving towards subscription model. Upgrade on subscription offering strongly supports that trend and enables Microsoft Partners more easily move their customers into the future.

Beating the Odds by Focusing on ISV Core Business in the Cloud Era

In the last few years, 1ClickFactory has been a key provider of content and delivery of Microsoft’s Road to Repeatability and Ramp programs that are focused on the transformation of services, products and ultimately businesses from on-premise to cloud.  In those programs, we used economic models to simulate the effects of a transformation process to cloud business to show which economic levers were most important.  

Upgrade Subscription: Best Fit for Dynamics Market Moving Towards a Subscription Model

1ClickFactory originally thought of an upgrade on a subscription program in early 2011. Back then, we already believed that the market would slowly move towards a subscription model for software licensing, so we created an upgrade subscription offering that would support that trend and offering.

In 2013, when Microsoft released their first subscription license model for Dynamics NAV, it very clearly proved the direction – Dynamics solutions would move to a subscription model.

Where our opportunities with ERP in the Cloud lie?

The public Cloud – Microsoft Azure – has arrived for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, and it will change the market. As the economic benefits of being in the public Cloud grow, it is clear that more customers feel more comfortable with the idea of having their ERP (and data) in the Cloud. We see customers focusing on speed to market, ease of use, and pay-as-you-go models since they cannot borrow money from the bank as easily as before. The big question is, what will you, as an executive at a Microsoft Partner, do about it?