That’s right! Once again, we have taken your input and feedback and put it to use in updating how we deliver for you and your clients. Just like the announcement on the 4th of Microsoft Office Enterprise, coming to Open Value Subscription on October 1st, based on your input and feedback, we are announcing the new wave in how we provide Platform options for your clients.
In the past, we have had the Small Business Desktop Advantage and the Desktop Professional as the two Platform options. These are fantastic solutions to help your clients get the most for less; however, they do have a few challenges:
Now with this new “Build your own platform” agreement coming in October, those concerns go away. So, how does it work? Similar to the Small Business Desktop Advantage and the Desktop Professional:
So what’s different?
So let’s take a look at the options available in the new “Build Your Own Platform” option coming in October:
I will be bringing you more information on this great new licensing option coming in October over the next few weeks, so be sure to keep your eyes out and let me know ahead of time what questions and thoughts you have about this new solution, so that we can help answer and address them.
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman Microsoft Senior Manager, Community Engagement US Partner Strategy, Marketing and Programs This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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