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Dynamics CRM 2016 On-Premises Pricing.

Benefit from the control and privacy of CRM On-Premises.

This option for Microsoft Dynamics CRM lets you purchase and run the licenses—either on your server or in a privately hosted cloud. If your company must adhere to industry compliance or other regulations, on-premises licensing is usually preferable to CRM Online.

Dynamics CRM 2016 On-Premises Price
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server 2016 $6,874
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional User CAL 2016 $1,562
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional Device CAL 2016 $1,099
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional use additive User CAL 2016 $1,019
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Professional use additive Device CAL 2016 $770
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic User CAL 2016 $543
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic Device CAL 2016 $329
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic use additive User CAL 2016 $419
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Basic use additive Device CAL 2016 $220
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential User CAL 2016 $124
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Essential Device CAL 2016 $109
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Steps to Purchase CRM On-Premises

  1. Start with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Server License to set up on-premises deployment.
  2. Choose how your users will access the server. You’ll need to buy User or Device CALs for accessing the solution’s functionality. User CALs give a specific user access via multiple devices, without needing Device CALs. On the other hand, Device CALs offer any user access through a designated device, without needing User CALs.
  3. Identify user access rights. Mix and match your licenses within your solution, depending on the range of use rights—and functionality—you’ll grant each user.
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Levels of User Access Rights

Professional (recommended) offers full sales, service, and marketing capabilities. Perfect for users managing customer relationships from start to finish.

Basic works best for entry-level CRM users and business analysts who use basic CRM and reporting tools.

Essential provides limited access to custom applications.

Employee Self-Service grants accessible, consistent, and definitive knowledge (for example, leads and contacts) to all employees.

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