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Arcserve Helps Partners Easily Close Deals with Subscription-Based Universal Licensing
Arcserve, LLC announced new Universal Licensing for Arcserve Unified Data Protection (UDP), fostering predictable, simple, and value-based interactions for channel partners via subscription-based protection for source-protected data. 

According to IDC, organizations can reduce the total cost of ownership for on-premises offerings and exploit cloud economics with subscription-based consumption models. With its new licensing, Arcserve addresses this growing user demand while arming channel partners with one of the market's most competitive pricing models to easily quote, sell, and grow deal sizes.

Arcserve UDP Universal Licensing introduces:

  • Predictability by safeguarding all forms of data, from any source, regardless of the number of devices, physical servers and workstations, virtual machines, cloud instances, workloads, or users. Based on front-end terabytes (FETB), users only pay for what they need.
  • Unlimited retention, unrestricted recoveries, and copies of backups to secondary locations or public clouds for disaster recovery --no hidden fees or surprises.
  • Simplification for channel partners to uncomplicate the selling process with SKU consolidation from hundreds to nine.

"Arcserve has always been a channel-first company and ensuring that we're engaging in mutually beneficial engagements with our partners is a top priority," said Ivan Pittaluga, CTO of Arcserve. "With the launch of Arcserve UDP Universal Licensing, we're making it easier to do business while providing additional value by facilitating recurring revenue, so partners don't have to hunt for deals when contracts end."

The new licensing is available now in the Americas through one- and three-year options. It includes 24/7 enterprise maintenance and support, and response to most severe issues within an hour.

To learn more about Arcserve's partner program, visit:

Published Thursday, October 29, 2020 8:37 AM by David Marshall
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