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Pentaho for OEM?

David Hibbs
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Can you give any indication of what the costs/process is for joining the partner program or for including Pentaho as part of an OEM offering?
(Does the book get into this at all?)

I acknowledge that this is something that is likely negiotiable... but I'm curious of a ballpark feel before opening any serious inquiries.

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Will Gorman
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Pentaho recently announced a simplified OEM process, here is the link to the press release:
http://www.pentaho.com/news/releases/20091002_pentaho_offers_unlimited_bi.php
The offer eliminates the complexity of royalty payments, per user, per server, or other charges and replaces them with a flat annual subscription fee for the named application that allows partners to distribute Pentaho’s technology with the full support of the commercial open source BI leader.

Regarding detailed pricing and information on joining the partner program, you would need to contact one of our sales representatives:
http://www.pentaho.com/partners/join_now/


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David Hibbs
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Will Gorman wrote:
Regarding detailed pricing and information on joining the partner program, you would need to contact one of our sales representatives:
http://www.pentaho.com/partners/join_now/


aha, I found the offers page:
http://www.pentaho.com/offers/

Seems pricy for us right now!
 
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