Microsoft has announced a set of new customer subscription and deployment options for Surface Hub, opening up its collaboration and conferencing powers to more people and businesses than ever.
With 73% of IDC respondents expecting to move to subscription-based IT procurement over the next three years, and following the success of Surface as a Service, Surface Hub will now be offered via a subscription-based model, which includes the initial investment and configuration costs.
In addition to this subscription service, Microsoft has also launched the Surface Hub Value Added Distributors Program for Opportunity Resellers (VAD-OR). The program provides select Surface Hub distributors with the ability to provide the same quality service to Opportunity Resellers, without the typical requirements associated with building a long-term transactional business.
Try before you buy
Microsoft has also revealed a new Service Hub Try & Buy Program which allows resellers across the U.S., UK, Europe and Asia to provide their customers with Surface Hubs for 30 days, before requiring a commitment to purchase a larger set of devices.
The list of partners who have already confirmed their commitment to participate in this new program in Europe are:
By making sure that as many customers as possible are able to utilise the power and benefits of Surface Hub, Microsoft has made it easier for businesses and organisations to adopt it as part of their crucial Digital Transformation processes.
Please visit the original Windows 10 Devices Blog announcement for more information.