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Microsoft’s Big Easy Offer 10 and Cloud Easy Offer Both Include Dynamics CRM

Author: Mark Fernandez/Friday, March 22, 2013/Categories: CRM

At the beginning of March, Microsoft released two incentive programs that grant subsidiary funds made payable to the eligible Microsoft partner of your choice for every qualifying product or Online Services subscription purchased from March 1 and May 31. Through the Big Easy Offer 10 and Cloud Easy Offer, you can purchase additional software licenses or associated services from your choice of Microsoft partner with the funds provided from the earned subsidiary. 

This is great opportunity for small to midsize businesses needing to upgrade but constrained by a limited budget.  Purchasing new products and services to stay competitive can be expensive, and usually businesses have to postpone planned upgrades due to budgetary limits.  But with the subsidiary funds from these current offers, the additional purchase of Microsoft software and services can be achieved without the usual hit to your IT budget.  Also, since Dynamics CRM is included in the offer, it is a great time to get one of the best customer relationship management solutions and use the cash back to add other Microsoft items you need to go along with it.

The Big Easy Offer 10 focuses solely on Microsoft volume licenses.  The partner subsidiary funds earned can be used toward additional purchases of Microsoft software licenses or associated services from an eligible Microsoft partner.  The On-Premise version of Dynamics CRM is included in this offer. 

The Cloud Easy Offer is for every qualifying Microsoft Online Services subscription purchased, the earned partner subsidiary funds can be redeemed with a participating Microsoft partner of choice.  Meaning you can build the solutions today to meet your unique business and end-user needs moving forward.  The Online version of Dynamics CRM is included in this offer.

Just remember these purchases have to be made within March 1 and May 31 of this year.  Also, you must redeem your volume license and Online Service subscription purchase within 30 days of the purchase date.  Your subsidy check, made payable to the Microsoft partner of your choice, must be spent within 90 days of the issue date.

For a full list of qualifying products, including Dynamics CRM, and to redeem your volume license and Online Service Subscription:

BigEasy Offer 10

CloudEasy Offer

Coe Solutions



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