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Microsoft Dynamics GP Volume Licensing Pilot Discontinued for Public Sector

Last Modified Tuesday, December 24, 2013
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Effective December 31, 2012, Microsoft Dynamics GP Public Sector Pilot Program in Volume Licensing will be discontinued.

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Existing Microsoft Dynamics GP customers who licensed the software through Volume Licensing will have an option to move to the Dynamics Price List for ongoing product and services purchases.  We have created a very generous offer to move customers from Volume Licensing to the Dynamics Price List by ensuring they have the functionality that they need to manage their business, beyond what they may have today. 

If you choose not to immediately transition to the Dynamics Price List, upon expiration of your existing Software Assurance contract, you will not be able to renew Software Assurance.  If customers are no longer active on Software Assurance, your account will be transitioned to the Dynamics Price List by January 31st.

Please contact your Microsoft Dynamics Partner or your LAR to proceed with your transition to the Microsoft Dynamics Price List. 

 

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