Microsoft expands Surface Multi-National Purchasing Program to Europe

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It’s been no secret that Microsoft has been focusing most of their efforts towards building up better businesses. Particularly with their marketing of various devices, software, and cloud computing strictly for enterprise opportunities. Today, they announced that they are extending their reach even further beyond the U.S. borders.

In response to the success of Microsoft’s Surface Enterprise Initiative in the United States, the company is expanding further to four European resellers.  The Surface Enterprise Initiative was started to expand the availability of Surface devices to organizations. These select partners made it possible for businesses and groups to get their hands on Surface from new hires to executives.

Previously, U.S. companies could access the initiative through CDW, Insight, SHI and Zones:

“Zones has been incredible to work with on getting us globally set up on the Microsoft Surface. The speed and efficiency in enabling us on our pricing globally has made it easy for us to standardize all of our new hires on the Surface Book and Pro 4. Zones makes it even better with being able to order it via their global portal so any of my employees can order the Surface no matter where they are in the world.”

Now EU businesses will be able to reach out through ATEA, Bechtle and Computacenter to equip their employees with all the Surface tech they could possibly need. Furthermore, Microsoft shared that they intend to bring the same program to Asia-Pacific (APAC) region ‘soon’.