Microsoft incentives to small-businesses add more products to Big Easy program

Microsoft has given small- and mid-sized business customers more ways to earn cash to buy its software through partners by adding new products and product groups to its Big Easy program. Microsoft unveiled Big Easy 2.0, an update to a program originally launched in February. Through the program, small businesses purchasing certain products through authorized […]

Microsoft has given small- and mid-sized business customers more ways to earn cash to buy its software through partners by adding new products and product groups to its Big Easy program.

Microsoft unveiled Big Easy 2.0, an update to a program originally launched in February. Through the program, small businesses purchasing certain products through authorized specialist partners get between 10 to 22 percent of money back that they can use to buy other services from those partners. Microsoft to date has invested about $13 million in the program.

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