Apple Joint Venture Program Rolls Out; Supports up to 5 Machines for $499 a Year

March 4, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Amidst the hype of the iPad2 and related stuff, let’s now share some Apple news that could be well fitting for all you business folks out there. Apple has rolled out its Joint Venture program for business people using Apple machines. As the company says, “Joint Venture from Apple will guide you to use Mac, iPhone and iPad improve your business. It’s not just about getting the machines, but even planning optimized training for the staff to get most out of Apple products”.

 

The package will support up to five systems for a cost of $499 per year. The program is available when you head for Apple Stores to get your hands on a new Mac machine. The package includes the basic necessities needed for small-business like setting up the machines, transferring data from PCs and installation of additional software, support for staff etc.

Mac machines, up to two Cinema Displays, one iPhone, one iPad, and Apple branded peripherals come under eligible systems of this package. Additional systems can be added, by making extra payment.

The training part can be managed as two-hour sessions at an Apple Store. Apple offers ‘Getting started’ workshops to the staff helping them to use the unique Apple devices to run the business in a better way.

The support part of the program includes consulting an Apple Genius over the phone to fix issues. You can even get a Mac machine loaned under this package.

The Apple Business Team personnel will run diagnostic tests, updates and cleaning procedures for the systems under the program.

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