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Problem Where would you recommend SCCM Purchase?

Discussion in 'Software' started by Nzastudios, Jan 17, 2011.

  1. Nzastudios

    Nzastudios New Member

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    Hi guys where would you recommend the purchase of SCCM for a small-Med business with around 80-100 Internal users?

    What sort of price can I budget for this application.

    Many thanks for an urgent response guys :)
     
  2. SimonD

    SimonD Terabyte Poster Moderator

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    You might be better off thinking about System Center Essentials instead of SCCM.

    As far as where to buy, speak to a VAR (Value Added Reseller).
     
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  3. Nzastudios

    Nzastudios New Member

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    Yes this is why I posted :)

    I will weigh up this one you recommended also :ohmy

    Which VAR would you recommend that sells these items for a reasonable price. Thanks

     
  4. wagnerk
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    It does depend on the licence type you go for, what type of organisation (eg education) and what country you're in (you don't state where you are in your profile).

    -Ken
     
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  5. Nzastudios

    Nzastudios New Member

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    Based in the Uk. License will installed on 2 windows 2003 servers approx where administration will take place. Its a small - medium sized company.

    User approx 80 -100users

     
  6. wagnerk
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    These are the suppilers that at some point I've used for MS licensing (with AMC & PCS being the last two that I've used as they were the cheapest for me):

    AMC
    PCS
    Dabs
    RM
    Misco
    Civica

    Like I've said before, it does depend on the type of licence and the type of organisation you are. .

    -Ken
     
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  7. Nzastudios

    Nzastudios New Member

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    Ok thank you. I will look into those. Based on the info I told you, I thought you would have been able to advise :biggrin

    Many thanks for your responses. Will update thread here with any concerns/queries

     
  8. wagnerk
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    Don't forget you may have to also take a look into purchasing/renting the CALS or ML for SCCM as well as SQL (not sure if you can use the express version). See here for basic info.

    -Ken
     
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  9. Nzastudios

    Nzastudios New Member

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    We already got SQL studio backend on our boxes. I checked those links but could not really find a link to purchasing or querying further about SCCM.

    I take it I need to call them?

     
  10. wagnerk
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    wagnerk aka kitkatninja Moderator

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    Yes.

    -Ken
     
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    ... and we have forum rules that companies advertising their services need permission from site admins.

    @OP: You can check out Computer Products Limited too - http://www.c-p-ltd.com. You would need to give them a call, but we use it for most of our needs (with the exception of cheap random stuff from eBuyer, Amazon, etc.) and both the price and the service we're getting are really good.
     
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  13. SimonD

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    I know one of the guys from Softcat (MarcusP) and they are good guys, but Matt you do have to stick by the forum rules.

    As I already mentioned, speak to a VAR (as I don't think you would fall under the LAR banner).
     
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    Hi , Sorry about the confusion above.

    I have permission from the site, and all i am looking at doing is offering a free service of advice.

    I hope this can be of help

    Matthew
     
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