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At the basic level, users want a more intuitive way to

axapta pricing level users  beta version of Microsoft Axapta 4.0 is expected in the fourth quarter of 2005 with a release to manufacturing expected in the first half of 2006. MBS Great Plains—Microsoft launched Microsoft Great Plains 8.0 Extensions in the first quarter of 2005, whereas in the fourth quarter of 2005, Microsoft Great Plains 9.0 and Microsoft Business Solutions Business Portal 3.0 will be made available. MBS Navision—Microsoft will launch Microsoft Navision 4.01 in the third quarter of 2005. MBS Solomon—

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Configure Price Quote (CPQ)

Configure, price, and quote (CPQ) solutions (sometimes known as quote-to-order, or Q2O, systems) help drive sales effectiveness by supporting configuration and pricing activities and the generation of quotes that occure during the sales process. CPQ solutions create accurate and professional sales quotes for complex, custom-engineered or customizable products while streamlining core processes and lowering costs. Common features of CPQ software include product catalog and pricing functionality, product visualization, and support for channel sales.  

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