Microsoft Select License Overview
Published: October 8, 2003 |
Updated: June 26, 2006
Microsoft Select License provides a flexible and cost-effective way for
organizations that have 250 or more desktop PCs to purchase the latest
Microsoft technology on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Benefits of Select License
Select License benefits include:
An incentive-based price structure that helps you get the best
price based on your organization's technology needs and volume of
An annual payment plan if you add Microsoft Software Assurance at
the time of purchase. Software Assurance helps you increase business
productivity by ensuring access to the most current Microsoft
products and solutions and by maximizing the skills and capabilities
of your organization's IT staff and end users through training and
A flexible, pay-as-you-go purchasing model that gives you the
freedom to purchase the software licenses you need, when you need
them, so you can start using the software immediately.
Access to Microsoft Volume License Services (MVLS), a
password-protected, secure Web site that offers electronic access to
purchase history, order confirmations, and other helpful resources
that help you manage your licenses with ease and confidence.
Instant access to hundreds of software titles through media kits
so that you can easily evaluate, deploy, and train
Learn more about Software Assurance
Compare Volume Licensing Programs
Microsoft offers several Volume Licensing programs that are designed to
meet the needs of different organizations. You can compare Select License
with the other programs to find the one that's right for your
Select License with other Volume Licensing programs
answers to questions about Select License
How to Acquire
To purchase software through the Microsoft Select License program,
contact your Microsoft Large Account Reseller (LAR) or Enterprise Software
Advisor (ESA). To find a Microsoft LAR or ESA near you, call (62-21) 515-5151 ext. 1 or 0-800-1-201201.
an authorized reseller online
If you are outside Indonesia, you can find a list of
Volume Licensing contacts for your area on your regional Microsoft Volume
Licensing Web site.
the Microsoft Volume Licensing Web site for your region