Dynamics Day 2012: Business in the cloud - What the cloud means for Microsoft Dynamics

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The cloud is rapidly changing how organisations access and use their business systems, and the Microsoft range of offerings is no exception. This session covered how a business can connect in the cloud, combining Dynamics CRM, Dynamics ERP and Office 365 for a virtual, integrated company. The business benefit? Reduced IT costs, protected assets and new-found efficiencies.

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Dynamics Day 2012: Business in the cloud - What the cloud means for Microsoft Dynamics

  1. 1. A businessin the CloudJaana Krause & Derek Lamb31 October 2012
  2. 2. Our Agenda What is the Cloud? Is cloud based ERP ready for my business? Benefits of a cloud solution Microsoft’s cloud enabled products Integrated Microsoft Cloud Demo Questions?
  3. 3. Your presenter/s Derek Lamb Jaana Krause Solution Specialist Senior Developer  Dynamics NAV product manager  Originally from Germany  Training for first triathlon  Outdoors enthusiast (hiking, kayaking, running)A Business in the cloud
  4. 4. "This is the bet for the company" "For the cloud, were all in" Steve Ballmer 2010
  5. 5. "Now I assign the Internet thehighest level of importance. In this memo I want to make clear that our focus on theInternet is crucial to every part of our business." Bill Gates 1995
  6. 6. ERP’s migration to the cloud isnot a question of “if”, but “when”Source: The Case for Two-Tier ERP Deployments by R "Ray" Wang. February 28, 2011.
  7. 7. What is the Cloud?
  8. 8. We Have A Cloud For Every Business!A Business in the cloud
  9. 9. Is cloud-based ERP really ready for my business?
  10. 10. Three compelling factors for uptake of ERP in the Cloud Size Industry LocationA Business in the cloud
  11. 11. What questions should I beasking my ERP cloud provider?
  12. 12. Implications of ERP in the Cloud What should I be asking my service provider ■ Where is my data stored? ■ What if the internet goes down? ■ Is my data Secure? ■ Can I change my service provider? ■ Integration with other systems ■ Can I customise the system? ■ What are the uptime SLA’s?A Business in the cloud
  13. 13. Why move my ERP to the cloud?
  14. 14. Benefits of a Cloud based ERP Reasons to move to the cloud Economics Speed of Flexibility Reduced Implementation Management• Pay for what you • Faster Deployment • Flexible • No maintenance use Deployment • Multilayered• Predictable costs • Flexible user count security framework and• Shift from capital backup expenses to operating expenses• Economies/Qualities of ScaleA Business in the cloud
  15. 15. “When should I transition to the cloud?”
  16. 16. When move to the cloud? a gradual approach ■ Implementing a New System ■ Functional or technical Upgrade coming up ■ Change in Business structure ■ When technology is ready for your industryA Business in the cloud
  17. 17. Microsoft’s cloudbased Products
  18. 18. The Power of Microsoft Simplicity Value AgilityA Business in the cloud
  19. 19. We Have A Cloud For Every Business!A Business in the cloud
  20. 20. Office 365 offeringA Business in the cloud
  21. 21. Office 365 cost comparisonA Business in the cloud
  22. 22. Office 365 benefits The value to you Office 365 for enterprises offers you: ► A financially backed 99.9 percent service level agreement (SLA) and includes the security and support that you expect from Microsoft ► Great flexibility by enabling you to provide your people with access to just the services they need, as well as pay-as- you-go pricing options ► Two families of plans—for kiosk workers and information workers—offering the best match to your business needs and a cost-effective solution for all users.A Business in the cloud
  23. 23. Microsoft Dynamics CRM The value to you Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, provides a familiar, intelligent and connected cloud-based CRM solution that helps organizations of all sizes increase their productivity. It offers you: ► Rapid time to value ► Quality of service ► Cost predictability ► Management simplicity ► Flexibility ► ProductivityA Business in the cloud
  24. 24. Dynamics connector Dynamics ERP – CRM integrationA Business in the cloud
  25. 25. Intergen’s Dynamics NAV Cloud offering The value to you Intergen’s Microsoft Dynamics NAV hosted . It offers you: ► Dynamics NAV 2013 ► Hosing based in Intergen’s NZ and AUS based environments ► Per user Subscription based pricing ► Windows and Web Client offered. ► Shared Infrastructure but separate database. Web Client Windows ► Integration and customisations Client allowed ► BYO License availableA Business in the cloud
  26. 26. Dynamics NAV subscription Pricing Subscription based pricing as of Jan 1 2013 Feature Per Month Per User Full User Production $165 Limited User Production $75 Full User UAT $65 BYO License Full User $90 BYO License Limited User $65 Intergen addons VariousA Business in the cloud
  27. 27. On premise vs. Hosted costs Assume 20 users for an advanced distribution company Intergen On Premise On Premise Feature Cloud SPLA 3 year Total 3 years First Year Year 2-3 annual Starter Pack $6,500 $6,500 Extended Pack $13,500 $13,500 Full Users $39,600 $118,800 $66,300 $66,300 Maintenance $12,012 $24,024 $36,036 Dynamics NAV total $39,600 $118,800 $98,312 $122,336 SQL Licenses 30% $6,400 $6,400 Hardware & OS Saving $10,000 $10,000 IT support $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 Sub total $21,400 $26,400 Grand Total $39,600 $118,800 $119,712 $29,024 $153,736A Business in the cloud
  28. 28. It’s Business time!
  29. 29. Service company A day in the life of a cloud business Derek is the Salesperson for Intergen who will be mobile, who create new customers, upload contracts and pull down marketing information. He needs to message accounts in real time Jaana is the finance person who creates Sales Orders, assigns service tasks, updates product documentation and posts and sends invoices. Derek is the Service person who needs to perform after sales service, he is constantly on the road and needs real time access to his next job and user manuals etc.A Business in the cloud
  30. 30. Cloud based business integrated Microsoft solution Role Product License Sales person CRM Web Client CRM User Office 365 NAV Windows Client NAV Full User Finance & admin Office 365 Office 365 Service Engineer NAV Web client NAV Limited user Office 365 Office 365A Business in the cloud
  31. 31. Demo
  32. 32. Dynamics ERP cloud solutionIn Summary…■ Cloud can either be private or public what matters is the infrastructure is taken care of.■ A good time to move your ERP system to the cloud is either when changing system or upgrading■ Microsoft and it’s partners offer the most complete cloud offering■ Benefits of a cloud solution include economics, reduced management and improved productivity■ Integrated cloud solution improves productivityA Business in the cloud
  33. 33. Do you want toknow more?Find me in theExperience Loungeat the end of thispresentation.
  34. 34. Any questions?
  35. 35. Thank you
  36. 36. Sub Section Title with image on the rightA Business in the cloud
  37. 37. Colour range increased for charts 7 6 5 Series 1 4 Series 2 Series 3 3 Series 4 Series 5 2 Series 6 1 0 Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4A Business in the cloud
  38. 38. Yellow Icons for use Utilise icons to emphasise your content. Use these sparingly. Financial Services Portals/Intranets Mobility Manufacturing & Distribution Web Content Cloud Management Retail Emergency Systems Management Management User Experience Desktop Deployment Professional Services Design Public Sector Web Strategy Unified Communications Consulting & Financial Management/ERP Architecture Business Intelligence Services Customer Relationship Records Custom Application Development (EA) Management ManagementA Business in the cloud
  39. 39. Yellow Icons for use cont’d Utilise icons to emphasise your content. Use these sparingly. Hosting PMO Global Database Social Media Laptop Down Arrow Navigation Knowledge Management Male Up Arrow Human Resources Female Right Arrow Corporate Services Travel Left Arrow Marketing NZ Document Sales Australia ExclamationA Business in the cloud
  40. 40. Black Icons for use Utilise icons to emphasise your content. Use these sparingly. Financial Services Portals/Intranets Mobility Manufacturing & Distribution Web Content Cloud Management Retail Emergency Systems Management Management User Experience Desktop Deployment Professional Services Design Public Sector Web Strategy Unified Communications Consulting & Financial Management/ERP Architecture Business Intelligence Services Customer Relationship Records Custom Application Development (EA) Management ManagementA Business in the cloud
  41. 41. Black Icons for use cont’d Utilise icons to emphasise your content. Use these sparingly. Hosting PMO Global Database Social Media Laptop Down Arrow Navigation Knowledge Management Male Up Arrow Human Resources Female Right Arrow Corporate Services Travel Left Arrow Marketing NZ Document Sales Australia ExclamationA Business in the cloud

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