Anyway, there's a pretty good synopsis of Select Plus here,
and, of course, there's Microsoft's
press release on the plan. Now, maybe we're just obtuse, but none of this
actually seems very simple. In fact, it seems pretty darn complicated and dense.
Regardless, Wall Street-types are concerned that the discounts in the plan
Redmond's profit margins, while somebody at Forrester, at least, thinks
that the plan will be mostly good
for bigger companies.
Here at RCPU, we're...well, we're not really sure yet what this means for partners,
but we'd love for you to clue us in at [email protected].
So, uh, go ahead and do that. Thanks.
Posted by Lee Pender on July 02, 2008 at 11:54 AM
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