Our Microsoft Licensing Offerings

Volume Licensing

Enterprise Agreement (EA): Large organizations often opt for Enterprise Agreements, which provide flexibility and cost savings for licensing Microsoft software across the organization. Select Plus Agreement: This program is designed for midsize to large organizations with varied software requirements.

OEM Licensing

Microsoft licenses its software to be pre-installed on hardware by OEMs. This is common for personal computers and laptops. OEM licenses are tied to the hardware on which the software is installed and typically cannot be transferred to another device.

Retail Licensing

Retail licenses are typically sold to individual consumers or small businesses through retail channels. They come in the form of boxed products or digital downloads and are often used for products like Microsoft Office and Windows operating systems.

Cloud Services

Microsoft offers various cloud services through Azure, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS). Licensing for cloud services is typically subscription-based, with customers paying for the resources or services they consume.

Software Assurance

Software Assurance is a maintenance option that, when purchased with certain Microsoft products, provides access to new software versions, support, and additional benefits.

Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 is a subscription-based service that includes Office applications, cloud services, device management, and security features. It is available in various plans for businesses, enterprises, and individuals.