Similar to its Surface as a Service offering, Microsoft is now offering business consumers and customers the opportunity to buy and deploy the Surface Hub with a Subscription-based Model.
Citing IDC research, the firm notes that 73% of firms queried hope to purchase their tech for their businesses via subscription using the now myriad options which are now avaialble. Microsoft is taking advantage of this and offering the Surface Hub as a Service option as well as a Value Added Distributors Program for Opportunity Resellers for the Surface Hub. The former is self-explanatory, and the latter allows Surface Hub distributors to provide the same service to resellers without the resellers being tied down to long-term business commitments.
For prospective customers who aren’t quite sold on the utility the Surface Hub, Microsoft is offering them the opportunity to try out the Surface Hub for up to 30 days from February 15th in the US, the UK, Europe and Asia. This allows firms to make a more informed choice about whether they want or need a Surface Hub without the hurdles of making a large initial investment as well.
The Surface Hub is Microsoft’s collaborative Surface device for businesses, the firm has seen some success with it over the past year with over 2,000 customers ordering various amounts of Surfaces Hubs ranging from one unit to 1,500 units (with most likely falling somewhere in the middle).
You can learn more about Microsoft’s new Surface Hub as a Service program from the source link below.