Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA) Program

Bever company offers the end users access to Microsoft software subscription based on monthly payments according to the Service Provider License Agreement (SPLA). Payment for the license is made according to the actual use. There are no up-front investments in software.

The program is oriented preferentially on the companies of small and medium business though it can be used by large companies.

SPLA Program Advantages

  • The only licensing program of Microsoft allowing to get software by subscription (hosting).

  • Almost all Microsoft products are available through this program: server and desktop applications, Microsoft Dynamics solutions, etc.

  • The latest versions of Microsoft products: users get access to the latest OS versions, including Windows Server 2008 R2, SQL Server 2008 R2, Windows 7, Microsoft Office 2010.

  • Stable prices: price review is performed not often than once a year.

  • Flexible payment system: monthly payments, only the actually used licenses are paid.

  • Permanent terms of OS usage: Service Provider Use Rights (SPUR) describes all the licensing details of each product and warranties their permanence during the whole term of subscription.

  • Pay as you go with no up-front cost: monthly payment of the actually used licenses does not require significant investments for program participation.

  • Try before you buy: Possibility to use the trial or demonstration version of the product.

Licensing model

Licenses under the SPLA are non-perpetual (or subscription) licenses that can be used during the term of the agreement. There are two licensing models available for offering Microsoft licensed products to customers: "per subscriber" and "per processor".

Per Subscriber: A Subscriber Access License (SAL) is required for each unique individual user or device that is authorized to access or otherwise use the licensed products. With the SAL option, a separate Server License is not needed.

Per Processor: Each Processor License allows an unlimited number of users to access the software that is installed on that processor for products licensed through a per processor model.

If the application may be licensed by both models the service provider may pass to the other scheme anytime (not frequently than once a month).

"Per Subscriber" Licensing peculiarities

  • The subscriber gets access to any quantity of servers from any quantity of devices. Подписчик получает доступ к любому количеству серверов с любого количества устройств.

  • Horizontal scalability: service provider can install any quantity of servers for the customer.

  • Service provider doesn’t pay up-front costs for the OS, as the license fees are directly proportional to the number of subscribers.

"Per License" Licensing Peculiarities

  • The record keeping of “per processor” licensing is easy, which in its turn causes the reduction of administrative costs. Usually it is used after reaching a definite number of subscribers.

  • Vertical scalability: service provider may serve any number of customers on his server.

Contact Bever Company Sales Department to calculate the cost of necessary license-access rights to Microsoft products for your organization.

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