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Give this update service ROI calculator a test spinOrganizations need a reliable and affordable solution for pushing software updates and patches to computers. Rather than building an update solution from scratch, many are choosing Macrovision's FLEXnet Publisher Update Service Module, a solution that enables them to dramatically reduce user support costs by electronically delivering updates for software products. If you're deciding whether to build or buy a software updating solution, try this online ROI calculator, designed to quantify the tangible business benefits you can gain by using the Update Service Module.

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