Dell has launched a new service to allow customers to purchase and download business software.
The Dell Download Store will offer software from at least 12 vendors. Users can purchase titles for download, and obtain additional licences for software already in use.
Microsoft, McAfee and Intuit are among the vendors already offering software through the service.
Dell hopes that the Download Store will appeal to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) looking to save money through discounted prices and reduce waste through buying and downloading software that would otherwise need to be packaged and shipped.
"In today's environment, companies are looking everywhere to save money and increase efficiency," said Geoff Surkamer, general manager of global digital distribution at Dell.
"Downloading software, music or movies over the internet is nothing new, but adding the volume software licensing capability for SMB customers is a big win. "
The service is already live in the US, and Dell plans to roll out the store in the UK, France and Germany on 20 January.
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