Open License is a transaction agreement for commercial, governmental, academic and not-for-profit organizations. Software Assurance is optional. Open Value across the company and open value subscription are commitment-based agreements for business and government organizations that wish to license at the enterprise level over a period of one or two years. Software Assurance is included in the delivery. Open Value Subscription for Education Solutions is a commitment-based Microsoft volume licensing agreement for academic organizations with five or more FTEs or students who wish to license a company-wide license. Software Assurance is included in the delivery. The Microsoft Select agreement is a volume licensing agreement that provides for the licensing of Microsoft products on university computers that are not covered by the Microsoft Campus AU agreement. The Microsoft ISV licensing program is available to ISVs who want a practical licensing opportunity for Microsoft products and their integration into a single solution. THE ISVs can then replicate the commercial solution and distribute a fully conceded solution to their end-users. ISV Royalty (ISVR) contracts are valid for a period of three years and payment is made monthly through a licensed distributor of the ISV Royalty Licensing Program. This pension does not apply to state agreements and Select Plus academic agreements or if the MPSA is not available on July 1, 2016.
You will find a complete list of markets where MPSA is available in frequently asked questions about MPSA. Get answers to frequently asked questions about Select Plus` retirement. Microsoft Open License, Microsoft Open Value and Microsoft Open Value Subscription are Microsoft volume licensing agreements for organizations with 5-499 users/devices that want to license local Microsoft software, cloud services or both. To become a licensed mobility partner, you must be a microsoft Services Provider License Agreement (SPLA) partner and attach an addendum with additional licensing mobility requirements to your SPLA contract. To get the addendum, contact your dealer or microsoft Partner Development Manager or partner technology strategists. Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA) is a transaction licensing agreement for commercial, government and academic organizations with 250 or more users/devices. MPSA is most appropriate for organizations that wish to license Microsoft for software, cloud services or needs, without organizational-wide obligations or multi-year subscription options under a single agreement that does not expire. Software Assurance is optional. Microsoft Online Subscription Agreement (MOSA) is a transaction licensing agreement for commercial, government and academic organizations with one or more users/devices. MOSA is best suited for organizations that want to subscribe, enable, deploy and manage cloud services through the Microsoft Online Subscription Program (MOSP) seamlessly and directly across the web. Local software and software insurance are not available via MOSA. You must be a provider of Microsoft Licensing Solutions (LSP) to sell licenses and subscriptions through Microsoft Enterprise agreements and registrations.