Microsoft willing to negotiate volume licensing

As more companies look for ways to cut IT costs, Microsoft is now willing to negotiate volume licensing deals with customers. Traditionally, larger companies have been the only ones that could negotiate volume licensing deals with Microsoft, but the software giant is now willing to do the same with medium and smaller companies, Rob Horwitz said. "Microsoft's stance […]

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As more companies look for ways to cut IT costs, Microsoft is now willing to negotiate volume licensing deals with customers. Traditionally, larger companies have been the only ones that could negotiate volume licensing deals with Microsoft, but the software giant is now willing to do the same with medium and smaller companies, Rob Horwitz said. "Microsoft's stance has shifted from 'Take it or leave it' to 'Let's make a deal,' " he said in a report.

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