Pre-owned software – the lowest cost way to update your systems
At ValueLicensing, we are here to support you in making the right software decisions for your organisation especially during the challenging times that the public sector currently faces. As budgets decline and software support expires, the need to source compliant software at a reduced cost is paramount. We can provide the licences that you require, typically saving up to 70%, giving you the flexibility to allocate part of your IT budget elsewhere. We offer the opportunity for you to upgrade your organisation to the latest Microsoft software without compromising your budgets.
Supporting your organisation
Without the public sector vital services would not be delivered. We are here to support you and your organisation to keep achieving what matters most; delivering your organisations services to the public. In order to meet the demand on public services the right software is key to equipping your organisation to achieve this. We will assist you to develop your systems whilst maintaining compatibility with legacy systems. Our ISO9001:2015 and Cyber Essentials certification provides you with assurance of the quality of our systems and processes, while our £20,000,000 Professional Indemnity Insurance will give you confidence in products purchased from us.
Although the costs of our perpetual software licences are incredibly competitive, this does not mean our service and expertise are compromised. ValueLicensing has a wealth of knowledge and expertise so you will experience a professional detailed service from initial contact right through to the end of your licence purchasing journey. We can also assure you that you will be saving public money which can be invested elsewhere through the significant discounts that we offer. We appreciate that public sector organisations run a number of essential legacy systems. If you require a specific type of Microsoft licence that we don’t currently stock we can source this for you. We do not charge admin or consultancy fees for our advice and support.
We offer public sector organisations the ability to transact through a number of channels. We are able to work with your organisation through direct purchase which we complete on a daily basis with thousands of customers. We also offer the facility to transact though the Crown Commercial Service Framework RM3733 Lot 2 Technology Products via an agreement in place with a corporate partner. This provides you with the assurance of remaining compliant with Government procurement guidelines.
Joined up approach
We found with our existing public sector customers that the best outcomes have been achieved through a joined up approach. We have worked jointly with IT Managers and Procurement Managers to ensure we deliver the best value solution which meets the needs of the whole organisation. We are aware that NHS Trusts can claim Windows 10 operating system licences free of charge through a central agreement in place until January 2020. We offer a route to significantly reduced costs of upgrading your remaining systems to compliment a move to Windows 10.
Meet our Public Sector Account Director, Andrew Meikle
“Having previously worked in the public sector for over a decade, I appreciate the many challenges currently faced. I am passionate about delivering a first class experience to public sector organisations to help upgrade their systems, while saving significant amounts of money, to be re-invested where it’s really needed.”
Contact Andrew today for further information, prices or advice:
+44 (0)1332 411291
Sell your licences
Whether you are an Insolvency Practitioner or a Solvent Business, ValueLicensing.com can help realise a substantial value for an often overlooked asset. For more information please continue to the ‘Sell Your Licences’ page.
Please browse through our ‘Products’ page to see what licences we have available. As well as supplying pre-owned licences at a significant discount, we also supply new Microsoft Volume Licences through the normal distribution channel.
All our used Microsoft licences are sourced within the European Economic Area (EEA) and are transferred in accordance with the EU Software Directive 2009/24/EC.
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