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Microsoft unveils Business Productivity partner offer

30 Jun 10

Microsoft has posted details of an online services partner promotion that could land you 250 free Business Productivity Online standard suite seats for the first year.      

   

According to Microsoft's company line, the Business Productivity Online Standard Suite aims to streamline communications with comprehensive security and a simplified IT management system. 

To qualify you must be a registered BPOS partner with a signed Microsoft Online Services Partner agreement.

The company says that starting with the second year, you can continue to receive 250 seats at no cost, provided you have closed a minimum of two Business Productivity Online Suite deals with 25 or more seats per deal in the previous year. Otherwise, the cost to renew is US$5 per seat, per month.

Full details of the offer are available here.

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