Westcon-Comstor launches flexible payment solution as appetite for subscription-based consumption models rise

It claims the solution will help partners easily transition to the subscription economy

Kelsey Rees
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Westcon-Comstor launches flexible payment solution as appetite for subscription-based consumption models rise

Global distributor Westcon-Comstor has launched its own flexible payment solution in a move it claims will help partners easily transition to the subscription economy and make tech more accessible and affordable.  Over the last decade, the technology industry has undergone a shift from traditional resale models to subscription-based offerings, Westcon said.  This shift has allowed digital transformation programmes to become more agile and iterative by providing easier access to the late...

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