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How does an open plan volume licensing model works?

  • A. It does not specify individual users, so any user can access the service.
  • B. It provides the organization with an agreed number of users.
  • C. The costs are directly related to usage, not quantity of users.
  • D. The enterprise pays as it acquires services.
Created 2 months, 3 weeks ago by akennedy019

akennedy019

I believe the answer here is C, a customer pays based on usage for volume licensing.

pgermain@esitechnologies.com

No, C is the appropriate answer as per 7.6 of the online course.

bsalazar23

D.....Volume licensing typically allows for greater discounts as the more services an organization buys the greater the discount. In an open plan volume licensing model the enterprise pays as it acquires services.

relaylo

A is Concurrent, B is per Seat, C is Volume, D is Pay As you go

cody.bagamary@ntgit.com

The correct answer is D "In an open plan volume licensing model the enterprise pays as it acquires services."