Cloud productivity is trending, and it is a trend that is here to stay. All organizations should be ready for this change. Microsoft Cloud Licenses offer cloud productivity services and products, such as Microsoft 365 and Office. There is a ‘’one-size-fits-all’’ model for purchasing these services: Microsoft 365 E5. But does your organization really need all those features? There is a more efficient and cost-effective way.
Step 1: Investigate your organization’s technology needs
To start saving money, start by doing research on what your employees need. This way you can tailor your Microsoft cloud to your specific organization needs and pay only for what you need.
For example, people in the IT department need a lot more features and different apps than employees working in Marketing.
Make this investigation by groups of people with similar needs, like in this case we did by departments.
Step 2: Choose the Microsoft Cloud technology
Once you have clear what each group from your organization needs, you can start making a comparison between Microsoft 365 and Office 365 plans.
You can go to our Microsoft 365 Plans page to check the pricing tables and features for each plan. We have separated the Business Plans from the Enterprise plans, so you can start by filtering the plans according to your organization’s size.
Step 3: Choose how to purchase your licenses
There are a few options when it comes to purchasing Microsoft Cloud Licenses. However, we do think that the Cloud Solutions Provider (CSP) Program is the top option. But, why?
By purchasing your Microsoft Cloud Licenses through the CSP program, you can pick almost any online service in any number to create a personalized solution. In addition to flexibility, personalization of your plans, and best pricing, you will also have 24/7 support from certified Microsoft licensing specialists.
To read more details about the benefits of purchasing Microsoft Cloud Licensing through the CSP program, please read this article.
Venti Exchange offers personalized, no-cost consultations with Microsoft Licensing specialists to help your organization pay only for what they need. If you want to know more about the CSP program or any of the Microsoft 365 plans we offer, do not hesitate to book a consultation. We are happy to help.