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You only have 5 weeks left to take advantage of the Big Easy Offer in the U.S. and Canada!

imageAs I have mentioned here on the blog several times in the past, the Big Easy Offer is always one that is a favorite among partners whenever it is in market due to the fact that it translated directly into dollars that their customers can use to do more business with them based on deals they close during the promotional timeframe. Plus, the amount of dollars they receive increases dramatically as they add additional products and move to Enterprise versions of products or include Software Assurance. Well, if you are a partner in the U.S. or Canada, you only have 5 weeks left until the Big Easy Offer is gone, so get to it!

Here are the links to the Big Easy Offer pages for both the U.S. and Canada:

  • U.S. Big Easy Offer page
    • On this page you’ll find:
      • Offer details
      • T’s & C’s
      • Partner Flyer
      • Customer Flyer
      • Banner ads
      • Messaging Framework
      • and more
  • Canada Big Easy Offer page
    • On this page you’ll find all of the details, including:
      • Check out the Big Easy Desktop Gadget the Canada Team has produced. Pretty handy little tool!
      • Big Easy Online Calculator
      • Customer Claim Form
      • Customer email template
      • T’s & C’s
      • and more

Again, this promotion ends in just five weeks from today (June 30, 2011), so be sure you are taking advantage of this while you still can.

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