Purchasing EPiServer 4.5 License

 

I'm developing in EPiServer 4.50 for a client, generally using one of their developer licenses via remote access / VPN.

It would be handy to have a local install as a sandpit / for testing out concepts etc. I have a trial install, but what would be the most cost effective way of getting hold of 4.50 for this sort of use, and what sort of cost would be involved?

Asking them to buy another developers seat wouldn't really work - too many political issues.

 TIA

#27329 Jan 26, 2009 23:49
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    Sorry, wrong area - I'll find a better home
    #27330 Jan 27, 2009 2:28
  • Member since: 2006
     

    Hi,

    Developer license are free to partners and can be ordered from license center,

    http://license.episerver.com/public/OrderDeveloperLicense.aspx

     

    #27364 Jan 27, 2009 13:55
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    Thanks Per.

    Unfortunately the client in question, although a large company using EPiServer in anger, isn't a partner and wouldn't really have any interest in becoming one - the role of EPiServer partner wouldn't fit in with their core business.

    However I'll take a look and see if my own company has any prospect of qualifying.

    #27387 Jan 27, 2009 17:05
  • Member since: 2006
     

    Hi Sean,

    ok, you can also get a 30 day demo license (license.episerver.com).

    Maybe or office in uk can help you out with the client company, see link below for contact information

    http://partner.episerver.com/en/About-Us/

    Regards
    Per

    #27388 Jan 27, 2009 18:02
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