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SAP: Customers that got a good deal first-time round, unlikely to see reduced maintenance

Derek du Preez | Aug. 26, 2013
The software giant announced more licensing and maintenance changes for enterprises yesterday

Although, Bernotat said that customers with a good volume discount price are unlikely to benefit from terminating licenses.

"There will be situations where customers pay less, but we have a very complex licensing legacy and it is very difficult, if not impossible, to predict what will happen. Come to us and we will evaluate this with you," he said.

"But you can probably take it as a general rule that the better your initial discounts have been, the more likely it is that you have a very good deal already and your economic attractiveness may be limited."


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