The new licensing model charges a fee based on the number of concurrent users for one of three software bundles ranging from 'essentials' to 'advanced enterprise'. The old model charged a flat fee based on the modules that a company uses.
The new licence will be available worldwide on 1 August. Prices start at $2,250. Existing customers can choose between the old and new licensing model.
Microsoft promised that users will pay less under the new model for a typical entry-level configuration, and claimed that the new licensing structure is less complicated than its predecessor.
The Microsoft Dynamics family contains the Dynamics AX, GP, NAV and SL products, formerly known as Axapta, Great Plains, Navision and Solomon respectively.
Microsoft amassed the products through a series of acquisitions and has subsequently been working to merge the offerings into a single suite.
The licence also includes updates, and offers credit for customers that switch between two of Microsoft's ERP suites.
The company plans to add its customer relation management functionality under the same licensing model within the next 12 months.
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