An offer you can’t refuse

This post is going to be a lot of shameless self-promotion for WinMagic but it’s something we think is important as it’s tied directly to the recent launch of SecureDoc 6.1.

With the introduction of SecureDoc 6.1 we’ve added a host of new features and functionality for customers ranging from FileVault 2 management to a brand new Web Management console.

All these changes are designed to make the IT management and end-user experiences more efficient and seamless. And with any new product launch comes the amazing offers for existing customers and even customers who are no longer subscribed to our ongoing maintenance model!

Offer 1:

  • For existing customers (with 1,000 seats or more) we’re offering them the chance to test out our new MDM functionality free for a year. That’s right FREE… for a YEAR! So customers with a valid maintenance agreement can upgrade to SecureDoc 6.1 today and get 100 free licenses for our new MDM solution today. 

Not too shabby if we do say so ourselves. Now for the next big offer…

Offer 2:

  • Are you a SecureDoc customer that felt they didn’t need to keep their support/maintenance agreement going? Want to re-up AND get a free upgrade to SecureDoc 6.1!? Sure you do. If you sign up for two years of maintenance right now, we’ll give you that 2nd year of maintenance for FREE. That’s right, FREE, Gratis, without charge! Customers must be using SecureDoc 4.5 or higher to take advantage of the upgrade offer.

These limited time offers expire Feb. 28th 2013.

Pretty compelling stuff right? We think so. If you’re a customer reading this and either offer applies to you, or you’re a partner looking to make an enticing offer to customers, reach out to your WinMagic sales rep for more information on how to take advantage of one of these offers.

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