The small-business incentives program now include higher subsidies on the Windows Server.
Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has enhanced its Big Easy offer, the incentives program for small and midsize businesses, and Microsoft partners.
Improved incentives for the purchase and implementation of new technologies include higher subsidies on the Windows Server operating system and Small Business Server products, open license and software assurance coverage for SQL Server, Windows Server and Small Business Server product groups, and an open license for Office Project.
The expanded offering also includes Microsoft investing up to $10 million in partner subsidies to encourage small businesses to purchase and implement new software. With a qualifying purchase up until June 27, 2008, customers will receive a check of up to 22 percent of the purchase price to spend with their local Microsoft partner.