This two-page reference card helps partners quickly understand the target groups and models available with the Service Provider License Agreement. Learn more about the main benefits of each comparative agreement scenario. You have access to: www.microsoftvolumelicensing.com/userights/DocumentSearch.aspx?Mode=3&DocumentTypeId=2 Within two weeks, the contract must be approved by Microsoft Corp. Microsoft and LOL Cloud will send a welcome email containing details of your new SPLA agreement. The signed and approved physical contract is also sent directly by Microsoft. LOL Cloud sends the signed sub-contract. SPLA provides user rights to third-party owners of these Microsoft licenses, so that end customers who receive services provided on Microsoft software products are not required to obtain their own licenses. End customers have the right to interact directly or indirectly with Microsoft software features through the SPLA license provider. You can pay locally in Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Mexico, Ecuador, USA. Payments can be made by bank transfer, cheque or cash payment. Please ask your executive account.
The service provider usage rights that are included in this article describe how products can be used through the Microsoft Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA). Если для продукта лицензирование доступно по обоим вариантам, то вы как поставщик услуг сможете свободно 1 раз в месяц менять тип используемых вами лицензий. Как показывает практика, тип лицензирования «на подписчика» является более выгодным в начале работы, так как в этом случае ваши лицензионные отчисления напрямую зависят от количества клиентов. При достижении определенного порога, вы сможете оптимизировать свои расходы, перейдя к процессорному варианту лицензирования. This manual provides an overview of the key features of Microsoft volume licensing programs. Information is presented by organization type and size – two of the most important keys to determining your best volume licensing option. . This license manual provides a detailed overview of the Microsoft Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA) and how it works. It is designed as a permanent resource for partners throughout the lifecycle of their SPLA. With SPLA, Microsoft invests in the success of its channels and treats the software as a “pay-for-what-you-use” and allows them to increase their flexibility, accelerate profitability and establish a recurring revenue model to grow the business. In addition, this program makes software costs transparent to end-users, who can also treat the software as an operating cost and not as capital. To sign up for the next SPLA Quarterly Licensing letter, sign up for Microsoft`s welcome letter, where details of upcoming letters are communicated monthly or return old on-demand webinars available below.