Office 365 Open End-Date Calculator


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J.J. Antequino

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With the availability of the Office 365 Open and FPP offerings (Midsize Business and Small Business Premium), you will want to make sure you have the blended end date calculator at your disposal should you happen to add seats after the initial purchase and activation.

Hopefully by now, you will have downloaded the new Disti Bootcamp Content to get access to some great info.  In that Bootcamp Content you will find the Office 365 Open End Date Calculator. 

If you don’t have it yet, you can download the new Disti Bootcamp Content [HERE]

This calculator very useful for figuring out what the new end/renewal date will be for your customers should you add seats before the year is up.

Here’s an example of how it works:

EndDate 

Comments (3)

  1. Geoff Rigsby says:

    first!  

    J.J.,

    Any chance this will be put somewhere on the Office 365 site so partners can manually input numbers?  Or will this be the only option?

  2. Mike says:

    JJ check out this Microsoft Office 365 migration calculator http://www.scnsoft.com/migration-to-microsoft-office-365-calculator

  3. Vanice Cai says:

    Hi there,

    please kindly advise below scenario.

    Total there are 3 period of licenses purchased :

    First : 150xExchange Online P1 on 17th Apr 2014

    Second : 5xExchange Online P1 on 20th July 2014

    Third : 10xExchange Online P1 on 11th Jan 2015

    After the alignment, the renewal date is on 17th May 2015.

    Could you please advise how do Microsoft comes out with the new end date?