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Less is more. Customers expect Cloud ERP, not hosted

In the new buying paradigm in the small- and medium-sized business space, customers are looking for an out-of-the-box, ready-to-use ERP solution with few customizations. They are even willing to adjust their needs to accommodate the solution from the ERP vendor. In return, they expect low start-up and maintenance costs. In other words, customers are not looking for a complex solution (like a Ferrari); instead, they want a solution with the best ROI (like an economy class car). For these customers, less is more. 

Top Searched Terms for Dynamics NAV on Azure

If you are selling Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure, you might already have considered optimizing your website for relevant keywords.

I took a short look at the most searched terms related with the topic “Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure”, and not surprisingly, I found that there is some volume of related searches. Taking a look at the competition level for these keywords, it’s obvious that some businesses already use these search term in their Search Engine Optimization (SEO) practices.

Webinar: Is Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure secure?

The primary fear your customers face when moving their Dynamics NAV solutions to Microsoft Azure is losing data or losing access to data in the cloud. "Is Microsoft Azure a safe and secure option for our business systems?" is probably the #1 Question developers are asked today by their management. We hosted webinar "Is Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure Secure?" where partners discussed the security of Microsoft Azure with Dynamics NAV Technical Evangelist from Microsoft, Freddy Kristiansen and Giedrius Kakanauskas, NAV Cloud Consultant at 1ClickFactory. Watch the video!

Getting to the Cloud, Fall On Your Face...Get Up Again

Are you one of the many Dynamics Partners finally embracing going to the cloud – but that cloud is raining on your revenue and productivity parade?  You have more questions than answers, more new acronyms to learn and you feel like you are working 40 hours to make $5 in profit – what was Microsoft thinking?!?

A Simple Checklist To Identify Dynamics NAV on Azure Projects Quickly

Whether Dynamics NAV solution you’re selling will run on Microsoft Azure or in the customer’s datacenter, you should think about doing the proof of concept on Microsoft Azure. Keep in mind, there are specific characteristics that make some custom development projects an especially good fit for Microsoft Azure. 

How to Use LinkedIn to Sell Cloud Solutions

With over 300 million members on LinkedIn, this is a growing network you cannot ignore. It is a powerful platform for all professionals, but particularly sales professionals. Here are a few tips how you can use LinkedIn to build business – connect to the decision makers, build your personal brand and encourage your customers to connect with you.

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?

Introducing Self-Provisioning for Microsoft Dynamics NAV® on Windows Azure™ and in Office 365™

We are pleased to announce the release of our latest service to the Microsoft Dynamics Partner Community, Self-Provisioning for Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Windows Azure and in Office 365.

We saw a unique opportunity with Microsoft Dynamics NAV to ‘change the game’ for Microsoft Dynamics partners by providing them a service that would deliver the high performance and reliability of an on-premise solution, with Windows Azure at the foundation, but translate the simplicity and ease-of-use to the end user in the Cloud.