Technology partnerships, Basic Computer Science

Technology Partnerships:

Such agreements provide the consumer un-limited access to vendor's technology. Such contracts are typically multi-year in nature where the consumer pays a fixed annual fee, which can be adjusted in the subsequent years based on the actual usage. For example, a large corporate customer deciding to use Oracle suite of ERP (Finance, HR), database, CRM, Business Intelligence/ Reporting solutions can get into a long-term multi-year partnership.    

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