Daisy Group is today announcing a partnership with cloud aggregator intY to provide Microsoft Office 365 to its end customers directly.
Until now the billing relationship had been owned by Microsoft or the syndication partner, making it difficult for Daisy to offer complementary services on one bill. The new partnership with intY enables Daisy to offer Microsoft Office 365 directly to clients, alongside other services.
Nathan Marke, Chief Technology Officer at Daisy Group, said: “Organisations are increasingly opting for SaaS offerings such as Microsoft Office 365 because of the many advantages they offer over more traditional approaches. These include increased mobility, greater reliability and security and the agility of not having to worry about the underlying IT infrastructure.”
“Our new partnership with intY means that we can now offer clients a complete ‘one-stop-shop’, supplying their software, internet connection, and hosting of their data. We believe this combined offering will help us make our clients’ lives simpler and more productive.”
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