Surface Pro 4 made its debut earlier this month, along with the latest Windows 10 devices, and has already attracted many business customers across a range of industries and organisations, even before the device is generally available.
In the finance sector, The Carlyle Group, BNY Mellon and USI Insurance Services have jumped onboard. In retail, new customers include Berkshire Hathaway Automotive. In Mobile Field Sales there’s been uptake from Land O’ Lakes, AstraZeneca (U.K.) and Wessanen (Netherlands). In the energy sector, Covanta is exploring the new device. And Clifford Chance (U.K.) is leading the way in Professional Services. Meanwhile, in the public sector, The Global Fund (Switzerland) is leading the way and in education the University of Central Lancashire, Brighton College International and Sheffield Hallam University (all U.K.) are all taking advantage.
According to a new blog post by the Microsoft Business Matters team, enterprise businesses looking to build their competitive edge by equipping their workers with powerful, portable devices now have more reasons to consider Microsoft Surface than ever before.The recent announcement of new, premium programmes for Surface enterprise customers shows Microsoft’s efforts to help accelerate adoption of Surface and Windows 10 among its business customers.
Indeed, Microsoft has added two programmes to the Surface Enterprise Initiative suited to the needs of volume purchasers: Microsoft Complete for Enterprise, with customer warranty, service and support that our larger enterprise customers have asked for; plus a permanent Business Device Trade-in Program to put the latest models in employees’ hands while realising value in existing assets.
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