IBM raises eurozone software prices by 24 per cent

Timing of move questioned by software licensing experts

Doug Woodburn
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IBM raises eurozone software prices by 24 per cent

IBM is hoisting its software prices in the eurozone and UK by nearly a quarter, in a move critics claims will drive customers into the arms of competitors. In an announcement earlier this week, Big Blue confirmed it will be adjusting prices in select currencies in January 2023 for all Passport Advantage Perpetual, Subscription License, Monthly License, Fixed Term Licenses, Appliances, and SaaS Products. Customers in the UK, as well as across the eurozone and several other countries, fac...

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