Whether it is supply chain management, CRM, BI, fleet and asset management, or website apps, Bing Maps has a variety of geospatial services available. Not sure which license is right for you? Click here to learn more about Bing Maps licensing options.
Microsoft offers several Volume Licensing programs, each tailored to the needs of different businesses sizes and types of organizations. Bing Maps is available through the following programs:
Subscription based programs offering entry level at 100K transactions per month for $4,500.
Microsoft Bing Maps can be made available through the programs listed above, which provides a simple, flexible way to purchase Bing Maps services from your Microsoft reseller.
Many small and midsize businesses purchase through Microsoft Open Licensing, and Bing Maps is available through the same convenient programs as other Microsoft software.
Discover Bing Maps through a
Azure Subscriber? Click here to license Bing Maps in Azure Marketplace
Need to find a partner? Visit Microsoft Pinpoint to start today.
Note: If you are an ISV, please visit the ISV/Licensor (SaaS) Partner tab.
For Licensing Solutions Partners (LSPs), please visit the Bing Maps Business Desk to connect with a specialist who can help with Bing Maps licensing and sales.
Not sure about the type of license you need to get started? Bing Maps has a variety of licensing options available to fit your consumer or business application needs. Click here to learn more about Bing Maps licensing options and start developing today.
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Bing Maps API for Enterprise offers an integrated set of services and mapping data, backed by enterprise-grade, 24/7 online support. The platform is designed for rapid development and low upfront investment allowing partners and customers to benefit and see a return on investment in a very short time frame.
Looking to add a geospatial solution to your Azure subscription? Click here.
If you are interested in Azure and don’t currently have a subscription, click here to learn more.
If you are an Azure Customer looking for Volume Licensing options, click here to request a quote.
Outside of Azure we also offer a Basic Key through our Bing Maps Dev Center. Click here to get started.
Licensing to embed in a software package or service that you will sell to multiple business customers.
Within the Bing Maps Distributor Program, the Bing Maps Partner Program has been specifically designed for companies that build and package applications licensed to multiple customers. Authorized Bing Maps Distributors and Resellers manage Licensor Agreements on behalf of Microsoft. Payment and credit terms are processed by the authorized Bing Maps Distributor and Reseller.
The primary benefit of this Program is to give Licensors an easy entry point for managing Bing Maps apps, and to enable easy add-on of additional users, transactions and/or assets. Management of customer apps applies to the entire duration of the Licensor Agreement, which is paid for in arrears. Therefore, Distributors (and Resellers) are engaged throughout the life cycle of the Bing Maps product license.
The Program supports a low upfront cost as well as flexible reporting. All agreements leverage standard terms and conveniently include an End Customer/User Minimum Terms agreement for a Licensor to leverage when selling to End Customers/Users.
Click here to find a global group of authorized Bing Maps resellers.
Today's competitive economy intensifies the need to improve fleet management for effective asset tracking and efficient fleet utilization levels. The Bing Maps Platform supports software-based monitoring and tracking solutions that help mitigate loss and control operational costs for transportation companies and other organizations with fleet vehicles, mobile assets or mobile workforces.
to learn more about Mobile Asset Management.
With Microsoft Dynamics, Azure and Bing Maps, organizations can visualize, understand and interpret their CRM data within a location-based context to help make smarter, real-time business decisions. Bing Maps overlaid with CRM data can help organizations build stronger customer relationships, enhance quality, improve efficiency and lower costs.
to learn more about CRM with Bing Maps.
Statistics show that 80% of business data has a geospatial component. Together with Microsoft’s Power BI and Bing Maps, organizations can collect, analyze and transform multiple layers of data into informative visualizations for more insightful business intelligence. Use data visualization to derive a better understanding of patterns and relationships to optimize processes, improve quality and maximize opportunities.
to learn more about BI for the Enterprise.
Visit the Bing Maps Business Desk to connect with a specialist who can help with Bing Maps licensing and sales.