Yes, we've experienced an enormous increase for our SPSS software.
Unfortunately, like you say, it is popular so we've found the money and
paid the price. However, we have increased our price accordingly in
our Software Distribution Center. We're basically passing the increase
on to the customer.
On Tuesday, June 17, 2003, at 09:09 PM, Stafford Cox wrote:
> I would like to ask if other universities/colleges have received steep
> increases in the SPSS licensing fee.
> The California State University System SPSS fees will increase by 300%
> and we are debating the costs of doing business with such companies
> appear to take advantage of their success.
> We have other statistical software licenses for faculty and students,
> but SPSS is popular.
> I'm curious as to what other universities have done in these licensing
> Find the money and pay it or drop the software?
> Thanks in advance for any input.
> Stafford Cox
> Academic Computing Services
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