EDS, Accenture and others to sell Microsoft’s online services

by Editor 4/28/2009 4:41:00 PM
Microsoft revealed on Monday that EDS, a Hewlett-Packard unit, IT consulting firm Accenture, and other information technology companies have agreed to help sell its collection of hosted online services – the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite – which Microsoft originally launched in November.

The products are hosted in Microsoft’s data centres. They include Exchange, SharePoint, Office Communications Server and Live Meeting.

Wortell, a Dutch system integrator and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, said it liked Microsoft’s services because they made it possible for them to achieve higher sales, as well as reach clients who for different reasons can't invest in building their own computing infrastructure.

Wortell CTO Danny Burlage said: “For us, (it) means that we don't have to worry about infrastructure. It allows us to focus on what's really important.”

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