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There are two methods available for booking Rimscout: using the Rimscout website (recommended) or subscribing to a SaaS offer on the Azure Marketplace.

Booking via the Rimscout website

Booking Rimscout through the Rimscout website involves filling out a form to request a matching offer. Once accepted, a new tenant will be created for you and you will receive regular billing based on your chosen payment frequency.

  1. Visit the Rimscout website: Go to to access the Rimscout booking page.
  2. Fill in the price request: Provide your contact details and specify your desired plan for Rimscout.
  3. Submit the request: Once you've filled in the form, click on the submit button to send it to the Net at Work sales office.
  4. Receive your offer: The Net at Work sales office will send you a suiting offer via email.
  5. Sign and return the offer: Review the offer, sign it and send it back to Net at Work.
  6. Access to Rimscout: Once your offer is signed, a new Rimscout tenant will be created for you. Details will be provided via email.
  7. Billing: You will start receiving bills for Rimscout usage, either on monthly or annual basis, depending on your selection.


If there are any questions or issues in the booking process, contact

Booking via the Azure Marketplace

Alternatively, you can book Rimscout by subscribing to the Rimscout SaaS offer on the Azure Marketplace.


To book Rimscout via the Azure Marketplace, you need

  • Azure subscription (verify if you have a subscription or get a subscription)
  • Azure AD account with at least Contributor role for the Azure subscription

Verify you have an Azure subscription

To verify that your Azure AD account has an Azure subscription, login to

If your account does not have a subscription you will see the page below. azure-no-subscription

Book Rimscout in Azure

Go to the Azure Marketplace via this link.


Next choose a plan and click Subscribe (dt. Abonnieren).


The Foundation plan includes a free trial for the first month.


You are redirected to the subscription page where you provide the plan details:

  1. Choose your Azure subscription.
  2. Choose a resource group in your subscription or create a new one.
  3. Provide a unique name for the created Azure resource.
  4. Verify that you selected the correct plan.
  5. Decide whether to pay per month or per year.
  6. Set recurring billing to On. Otherwise your subscription is cancelled after one billing term.
  7. Click Review + subscribe.


Verify your plan details and click again Subscribe (dt. Abonnieren).

Wait until the SaaS subscription creation is complete. Then click Configure account now to complete your subscription.


You are redirected to the configuration page. Fill out information about you and your company and provide information for your Rimscout tenant.

Click Subscribe to finally complete your subscription. azure-landing-page

Your Rimscout subscription is now complete. The access to Rimscout and all further information will be provided to you via email.

If you have any questions regarding the Rimscout setup please contact

Get an Azure subscription

There are many different Azure subscriptions. They differ mainly in their payment options and included features.

Azure pay-as-you-go subscription

Azure provides the pay-as-you-go subscription. You must provide a credit card as payment option. You are only billed for any non-free resources that you create and use in that subscription. Therefore the subscription itself is free.

You can create such a subscription e.g. here:

Net at work pay-as-you-go subscription

Net at Work as a Cloud solution provider offers an Azure subscription which is basically the same as the Azure pay-as-you-go subscription. The only difference is in the payment. Net at Work invoices you for all costs incurred on the Azure subscription.

If you are interested in such a subscription, write a mail to and provide us the following information:

  • Your full name
  • Your phone number
  • Name of your company

Other Azure subscription

There are many other Azure subscriptions that include support plans or other features. Any Azure subscription will generally work if one wants to subscribe to Rimscout.