Zero-Dollar Agreement

Getting started is nothing. No, really. Meet the Zero Dollar Agreement.

SmartDog’s Zero-Dollar Agreement Our Zero-Dollar Agreements (ZDA) is a pay-as-you-go approach to Oracle support. ZDAs offer on-demand assistance with no set commitment. Clients call on us when they need us — You decide how much involvement from us is required, and you only pay for the services you receive. There are no annual contracts or monthly retainer fees to justify. We keep your information handy so no one has to go through the pains of filling out paperwork — or waste precious time establishing a new account. We can be there as soon as you need us, when you need us. Our Zero-Dollar Agreements offer all the benefits of full-service consulting, without the commitment. Contact SmartDog to explore this unique flexible service option today!
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