Don’t throw your money out of the Window.

Since it was established in 2003, usedSoft has not just offered attractive prices, as well as first-class service, straightforward processes, on-time delivery and, above all, absolute reliability.

It’s no wonder that usedSoft has grown from being a used software pioneer to become a high-volume, international company that continues to grow.

How can you benefit from this as well? Quite simply!

Do you want to buy licenses?

At usedSoft you can save up to 50% of the purchase price – and get exactly the same product as the first-time buyer.

Take a look in our online shop for Office applications, Server or Operatings Systems. You’ll always find new offers there.

Do you want to sell licences?

Unused licences are worthless for your business. You can use them to make money again, thanks to usedSoft. For more information visit  Sell licences.

A simple idea with astounding success.

Every company needs software. And software becomes more expensive year after year. The manufacturers of standard software have had no competition up to now – and could therefore dictate their prices to their customers. With a simple – but ingenious – business idea, usedSoft offers a real alternative to these monopolistic structures.

By buying and selling used licences, companies can not just significantly reduce their software expenditure; at the same time, they are supporting the liberalisation of the market and clearly rejecting manufacturers’ arbitrary pricing policies.

The trade in used licences is based on a very simple principle: software requirements are constantly changing in companies – far more so than with many other products, for which a lively second-hand trade has been flourishing for many years. Companies have to continuously extend, upgrade and adapt their software inventory to take into account new circumstances.

usedSoft’s business model is based on this cycle. We buy licences from companies, which are no longer needed following restructuring, mergers and closures of companies, and sensibly use these “redundant” assets.