Microsoft CRM’s robust offering provides several different deployment options, including on-premise, private and public cloud (Microsoft CRM Online) based services. In turn, it also provides the ability to quickly move between these options based on current business and infrastructure needs. As many organizations are taking advantage of this powerful benefit in moving toward cloud-based deployments, it is critical to understand all of the relevant advantages and considerations across each option.
Recent changes in Microsoft CRM Online pricing make this public-cloud option attractive. Yet, there are factors that can increase your total cost of ownership should your requirements change in the future. A good understanding of the different cloud options for the application and the varying level of control available with each option can support a solid long-term deployment plan.
Watch this webcast, where Chief Cloud Officer Greg Pierce and Channel Development Director Brian Sallee will spend time comparing the cloud options and decision factors for Microsoft CRM, including:
- The migration effort required to move from an on-premise CRM solution to CRM Online
- The impact of frequent release disruptions to highly customized solutions
- Regulatory compliance considerations specific to your industry and how the right cloud offering can support your compliance processes
- The difference in the total cost of ownership of the three models and how that impacts your long term decisions
We look forward to spending the time taking you through these conversations, which are based on years of experience deploying Microsoft CRM for our customers and partners.