PRESS RELEASE — WAYNE, Pa.—December 17, 2015—Evolve IP, The Cloud Services Company™, today announced its participation in the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program. The program enables Evolve IP to offer an integrated suite of Microsoft cloud services including: Office 365, Hosted Exchange, Skype for Business, Windows Intune and more. In addition to integrating the offerings into Evolve IP’s award-winning cloud platform, Evolve IP will directly provision, manage and support the products and services.
“Our cloud architecture and internal technical capabilities help make Evolve IP uniquely qualified to offer an integrated suite of Microsoft cloud services,” said Scott Kinka Chief Technical and Product Officer and Founding Partner of Evolve IP. “Our market surveys show that customers are very comfortable working in Microsoft products and are not looking to change. Accordingly, they need a cloud provider with a unified services strategy who can deliver, manage and integrate them seamlessly along with services like enterprise voice and hosted call centers. Our inclusion in Microsoft’s cloud partner program gives us that capability.”
“To meet the growing demand of our cloud-based solutions, we’re thrilled to expand the capabilities for cloud partners under the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program,” said Phil Sorgen, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft Corp. “ By joining the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program, partners will deepen customer relationships and expand business opportunities in the cloud.”
One of the nation’s fastest growing cloud companies, Evolve IP provides cloud services in virtually every industry including: healthcare, legal, insurance, pharmaceuticals, banking, technology, travel, veterinary medicine, and retail and to some of the world’s most recognizable brands. The company’s Evolve IP OneCloudTM solution allows organizations to migrate multiple cloud computing and cloud communications services onto a single, unified platform including: virtual data centers /servers, disaster recovery, virtual desktops, IP phone systems / unified communications, contact centers, and more.
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