VADS gets on Microsoft’s cloud programme
By Digital News Asia September 22, 2015
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VADS Bhd said it has joined the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme, which would allow it to directly provision, manage and support Microsoft cloud offerings.
The Microsoft CSP Programme allows VADS to integrate its various products and services with Microsoft cloud offerings, the Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) subsidiary said in a statement.
It also creates new sales opportunities for VADS while providing its customers with a seamless experience and consolidated billing option, it added. The CSP Programme is now part of the VADS’ cloud brokerage platform.
“VADS and TM have been offering productivity solutions for Malaysian businesses through past collaborations with Microsoft, and we believe that this strategic joint effort will deliver even greater value to our customers across all industries,” said VADS chief executive officer Massimo Migliuolo.
“Our VADS Cloud customers can now purchase various Microsoft products and services without any hassle, and not worry about billing as all will be streamlined,” he added.
The Microsoft CSP Programme covers a whole range of products such as Office 365, InTune, Azure, OneDrive, SharePoint and Skype for Business.
VADS and TM will be offering these products and services bundled together with its existing connectivity, voice, security and value-added services, which will be targeted at businesses of all sizes.
With the CSP programme, VADS’ customers can subscribe to the service offerings on a pay-per-use model, giving them better value for money and enabling them to manage their costs more efficiently, VADS claimed.
“With the launch of the CSP programme, we are putting our partners at the centre of customer relationships,” said Microsoft Malaysia managing director K. Raman.
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