A Purchasing Account can be any unit within your organization that needs the ability to independently purchase Microsoft software. Each Purchasing Account is associated to your organization’s MPSA.
All product and Online Services purchases under all Purchasing Accounts are associated to your MPSA and are consolidated automatically to receive the best volume discount based on the purchase volume per pool and account across your entire organization.
Monthly Microsoft Updates
Leipzig, 02/17/2017 – On a monthly basis, we inform you on selected product and licensing news to keep you up to date.
The current topics are: End of support for the 2013 versions of Office 365 client applications, Windows 10 upgrade benefits for Windows cloud subscriptions in CSP, Windows VDA price adjustments, Azure will no longer be available through the MPSA, changes in accessibility for Microsoft Project 2013 & Project Online, Premium Assurance extends Microsoft support, System Center 2016 Client Management Suite is no longer available, Windows Nano Server – SA for Server + CAL Required
Since 1 February 2017, Microsoft Azure is no longer available through MPSA
Leipzig, 02/10/2017 – Microsoft Azure is still available through Microsoft Enterprise Agreement (EA), Enterprise Agreement Subscription (EAS), Server and Cloud Enrollment (SCE), Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) and Microsoft Online Subscription Program (MOSP).
Customers, who have already purchased Microsoft Azure through MPSA, remain unaffected by the changes.
Microsoft has announced that it will raise its entry threshold for Enterprise Agreement Contracts to 500 desktops from 1 July 2016. Reason enough for us to take a closer look at the Microsoft Products and Service Agreement (MPSA) as an alternative for companies with between 250 and 499 desktops. Read the full article ...