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Alex Chow wrote:
I would imagine that SaasPlaza is very happy with this.
A company that does the bookkeeping for a lot of one-person companies. That company can have 1000's of one-person companies with very little changes to the standard Cronus (or with its own add-on for it).
David Singleton wrote:
I am not sure if Navision partners are ready for the Multi Tenancy model. It is completely different way of doing business, and from what I see it is existing Navision partners looking to see how they can add this to their portfolio. I don't see this working. What I see is the slow evolution of a new type of partner that works exclusively on this model. OR Vertical oriented partners that will branch off a sub division or even a new company to sell the Vertical in a different market. But either way the cost to do the first implementation will be as much as a full fledged Navision implementation, in fact even more expensive because of the user manuals and training videos and standardization of the solution that is necessary, and the first customer might not even pay for 10% of that cost, so your first 10 clients will just reach the break even point and form then on the money will start to come in. Navision partners are very well known for their inherent fear of investment.
It is not Navision that is not ready for the SAAS/Multi Tennant model, it is the partners.
Of course this is all just my opinion and conjecture, ...
Miklos Hollender wrote:
But I am not really sure that is legal. Although Microsoft is thankfully not known for suing its own customers in the Dynamics range, still creative interpretations of the EULA are borderline risky...