New Version of the Office 365 Cost Comparison Worksheet


Michael Kophs
Microsoft Cloud PTS

Back in February, I blogged about the Office 365 Cost Comparison Worksheet.  Well a lot has changed since then, so check out the new Cost Comparison Worksheet - v2 by clicking on the link below!

Looking to provide your customers/prospects with a detailed comparison between Microsoft’s Cloud services and an on-premises solution (or other hosted offering)?  Check out the following Office 365 Cost Comparison Worksheet.  Use this worksheet as a starting point for providing a detailed cost comparison for your customers over a five year span.  Office 365 and Windows Intune pricing is included in tab 1.   For your comparison, you can quickly build out on-premises estimates by using the built in VL Pricing estimator on the third tab.  The 2nd tab is for tracking monthly/annual costs of existing services or new services (outside of MS VL pricing).  Once you’ve filled out each of the three worksheets, check out the cost comparison chart on tab 1 and present it to your customer.  Customize the worksheet how you see fit.

CLICK HERE to download the latest version of the Cost Comparison Worksheet.  Also included is a sample worksheet.

Sample screenshot:


Comments (7)
  1. Kevin Miller says:


      Great worksheet!  Thanks so much for putting this together.  Question….to add in SharePoint on-prem configuration do we also need to add in a SQL Server configuration as well?

  2. Guy Davis says:

    This is a great tool.  Thanks for putting together and it was easy to utilize versus some of the WW tools that have been published.  Very helpful for SMB customers

  3. paresh shah says:

    Great effort and it will very helpful for all of us.

  4. Thomas Carpe says:

    Thanks Michael for the update to this useful sheet. We used to build our own, but I like yours a lot better so I think we'll switch! 😉

  5. Peng HaiFeng says:

    This is pretty cool. Thank you so much Michael!

  6. Iñaki Martinez says:

    Very useful. You saved me a lot of time. Thank you!

  7. Sam Pearson says:

    Do you have a updated worksheet with 2016 sku and pricing

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