Microsoft's Windows Store for Business now sells apps in bulkThe company plans to release more features for the store.
Microsoft has made it easier for IT administrators to buy apps for all the Windows 10 devices their companies own. Windows Store for Business, which gives these admins a way to distribute applications company-wide, now sells apps in bulk. Companies can easily snap up multiple copies of an app using a credit card, so long as the developer has enabled Organizational licensing for their creation. Bulk selling is available for all developers in the 35 countries where Windows Store for Business is available. It's also only the first in the list of new features Microsoft plans to launch for the store. Some of its future updates will introduce invoicing, volume discounts and organizational in-app purchases.
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