Vodafone partners with Microsoft to offer Office 365 to businesses in India

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Vodafone Business Services, the enterprise arm of Vodafone India, has tied up with Microsoft as a Cloud Service Partner to offer Office 365 to businesses for enterprise-grade productivity and collaboration services.

As part of the tie-up, announced in a press release today, Vodafone Business Services (VBS) will enable Indian businesses of all sizes to access Office 365 with the service delivery and support entirely managed by Vodafone. For the businesses, the partnership would mean that Vodafone is their single point partner for both Connectivity and Cloud.

We are pleased to partner with Microsoft to bring the Office 365 suite to our enterprise customers. We are confident that the pay-per-use Software as a Service (SaaS) model will make our customers’ business future-ready by giving them predictable IT costs and taking care of the technology upgrades and scalability worries. Vodafone is acknowledged as an enterprise mobility leader. With our cloud platform and tie-up with Microsoft, we are now well positioned as a total communications partner to our enterprise customers.

– Nick Gliddon, Director, Vodafone Business Services

Awarded as the ‘Enterprise Mobile Service Provider of the Year’ recently for the sixth year in a row (2011-16), VBS provides total telecommunications solutions across both mobility and fixed line platforms, as well as IoT and Cloud, to large Indian and multinational companies, public sector enterprises, SMEs, and startups.