ANDTHEN THERE ARE SEVEN
Seven Partners Join Microsoft as Part of its Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) Program to Enable Vast Customer Opportunities Across Cloud and Mobile Technologies
César Cernuda, President, Microsoft Asia Pacific
Microsoft Malaysia announced seven new partners as part of the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program, during the Channel Partner Conference (CPC), recently held at the Sunway Convention Center.
The seven partners are Maxis Berhad, Shinjiru Technology Sdn Bhd, SoftwareOne Sdn Bhd, VADS Bhd, Crayon Software Experts Malaysia Sdn Bhd, Ingram Micro Malaysia Sdn Bhd, and Rhipe Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
“It is stunning how fast customers are moving to cloud and how quickly partners are adapting to meet their demands. We hear time and time again that running your own business with cloud solutions helps you sell better and provide better services to your customers. Putting partners first in our go-tomarket strategy has always been key to our joint success, and it will continue to be a priority as part of our commitment to our partners and customers, to transform businesses around the world,” said César Cernuda, President, Microsoft Asia-Pacific.
Microsoft’s CSP partners will be able to directly manage the entire Microsoft Cloud customer lifecycle, using dedicated in-product tools. This provides them with the latest and best-in-class solutions to embrace the cloud.
The company announced last July the expansion to the program. It also announced that Azure and CRM Online will be joining Office 365, Microsoft Intune and Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) as available services in the CSP program. To date, the program has been launched in 65 markets around the world, with an aim to enable a total of 134 markets globally.