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    Microsoft Educational license suppliers

    Does anyone have a concise list of suppliers who can reliably provide licensing information and prices. Everything all seems a bit of a mine field so I need expert assistance.

    I tried Ramesys who we got our existing licenses with (via a third party reseller), but they obviously do not want our business as I have left multiple phone messages and emails over the last 5 days that have been unanswered.

    I need someone who can price a few urgent Forefront licenses then discuss the licensing of our next phase of rollout - currently chosen device CALs, but now that number and type of users have been more accurately assessed, and our access and product requirements are better understood, we are wondering if user CALs are going to be a better choice.

    Approx 45 PC's, 90 named users, 70 of whom are individual pupils, plus some generic classroom login's, for the nursery and lower (pre-school - year 3) years.

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    I can tell you that we use Pugh.

    However there is a thread here somewhere that covers a similar topic. A quick search just now didn't turn it up.

    I will post again when I have a little more time...

    Edit: Meantime try this thread: Schools Agreement Pricing

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    Thanks. Ramesys finally got back to me and it seems Ramesys were no longer managing the licensing arrangement that we had previously used so had to get new supplier details from the County Council. New preferred supplier is Phoenix Software and they were very helpful, returning my call almost immediately then spending about 1/2 hour going through the intricacies of the different options.

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