Microsoft Pricing Has Officially Increased

The moment we have told you about is here; Microsoft has officially increased their pricing on their products.  There has been an increase of anywhere from 8.5% to 25% on Microsoft’s products.  Microsoft stated that the new pricing “reflects the increased value we have delivered to our customers over the past 10 years.”

 

There are 3 key areas that Microsoft has revolved their products around: Communication and Collaboration, Security and Compliance, and AI and Automation.  They felt that due to the advancement in these categories, an increase in their pricing is justified.  Microsoft also plans to continue to deliver this value to all their customers.

 

Since CATS Technology Solutions Group is a partner with Microsoft, these new prices will be reflected on your Invoices going forward.  Although the pricing increase is beyond our control, the continuous support and dedication to our clients will never change.

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