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London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 29 May 2012
These are Europe-wide changes that Microsoft are making to its pricing policies for licensing including its cloud service Office 365. This is due to sustained currency differences in the EU/EFTA region between Euro and Non Euro currencies.
The follow table outlines some of the increases that will come into effect.
License Type Average Price Increase
Enterprise / Enterprise Subscription Agreement (EAS) 26.7%
Select Plus Agreement 24.50%
Open Value Subscription (OVS) 33.40%
Service Provider Licensing Agreement (SPLA) 33.40%
Open Agreement (corporate) 7.50%
Public Sector Agreements to be confirmed*
- Microsoft and the Cabinet Office have yet to make an announcement.
Indicative Pricing Examples (Typical Select Level A)
Windows Server: £468 increases to £583
Exchange Server: £452 increases to £563
Office Professional: £325 increases to £405
These changes will affect organisations in different ways. Depending on procurement cycles and timescales of any existing agreements. Some might bringing forward Microsoft software related projects to minimize costs to companies. For others there will now be the added incentive to explore volume licensing agreements to guarantee current pricing before the July 2012 increase for a 3 year period.
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