As an IT manager, you are always under pressure to deliver more capability, greater speeds, and less downtime across your network, which means keeping up with the latest technology. But with software manufacturers moving their customers to a subscription model, your latest upgrade often lies in the cloud with products like Office 365, AZURE, or AWS, leaving you with your old on premise licences that you no longer need. In the past, these were money down the drain, but what if you could recoup some of the first year of your new subscription fees by selling your now redundant, old software? With Discount Licensing, you can!
A large number of academic institutions are in possession of old software licences that they either have forgotten about or presume are not worth anything, but did you know that they could actually be resold back to a vendor for a reasonable price?
If your academic institution is sitting on unused volume licences, this can be a valuable asset that you can sell on to a trustworthy vendor to recoup some of your original costs.
Microsoft office is one of the most frequently used software packages used around the world. The complete package allows you to do almost everything that is needed for a business to function, from writing documents in Word to managing financial records in Excel and even creating visual presentations in PowerPoint. Almost every company uses at least one of these programs on a regular basis.
For businesses that have already (or are planning) to make the transition from on-Premises to the Cloud, valuable perpetual software licence assets may be left behind and discarded.
Our business, Discount-Licensing Ltd, is a specialist in recycling Microsoft volume software licence assets. We would offer to buy and ultimately provide your business with a residual value for your disused perpetual software.
Business software users are being offered the chance to trade in used software like they would a second hand car. A Staffordshire-based company is offering reductions on new software if old versions are handed in for resale.
Noel Unwin explains why software licensing is now recognised as an intangible asset that can yield real financial returns for creditors with little policing from IP’s.