Limited time offer for greater than 50% off Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN

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something big is in the air June 2015

Visual Studio and MSDN provides one of the most comprehensive, feature-rich developer toolsets available anywhere.  We frequently engage with teams that would greatly benefit from everything these subscriptions have to offer, but lack access to a higher tier package that includes all the great benefits.

There’s never been a better time to upgrade your Visual Studio with MSDN subscription. If you act fast, you can upgrade to Visual Studio Premium with MSDN now at 50% off—and receive an additional upgrade to Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN free of charge when it ships.*

Upgrade to Visual Studio Premium with MSDN before July 1 for half off and get a FREE upgrade to our top-end IDE and subscription benefits.*

This one-time, exclusive offer is available only to active Visual Studio Professional with MSDN and Visual Studio Test Professional with MSDN subscribers. It’s a great opportunity to get the latest, top-end Visual Studio IDE and the best MSDN subscription benefits at a great price.

Contact your Microsoft sales rep or software reseller today.
But hurry. On July 1, this deal is gone forever.

Introducing Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN.

Visual Studio Enterprise 2015 is the new state-of-the-art, top-of-the-line IDE from Microsoft. It replaces Visual Studio Premium and Visual Studio Ultimate, and it can be yours for half the normal upgrade cost if you upgrade before July 1.
Visual Studio Enterprise with MSDN will include all the tools and services in Visual Studio Ultimate with MSDN, and more. With your free automatic upgrade, you’ll have unlimited access to the tools you’ve come to depend on, plus:

  • Automatic and manual testing
  • Performance and load testing
  • Scalable architectural design and discovery
  • Integrated management for complex code bases
  • Increased productivity for business applications
  • Integrated release management and operations management

Plus… The most complete set of MSDN benefits, including $150 Azure credit for dev/test, 30 courses at Pluralsight, and Advanced-level access to Visual Studio Online


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