Microsoft on-boards Signal Alliance as cloud solution provider
Nigeria’s Signal Alliance has been approved by Microsoft Corporations as a Tier-I Cloud Solution Provider (CSP). This will enable it to provide direct billing, sell combined offers and services, as well as directly provision, manage and support Microsoft cloud offerings.
Starting this month, Signal Alliance owns the complete customer lifecycle, allowing it to easily sell Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Dynamics CRM Online, Enterprise Mobility Suite and Microsoft Intune, helping customers take advantage of cloud services by owning the entire billing process and directly managing support.
Adanma Onuegbu, CEO of Signal Alliance said "we are delighted at attaining Microsoft’s CSP status having met all the enrollment requirements from Microsoft. It is a natural fit for us because of the expertise we have developed in our relationships with other leading global technology brands.”
“Interest in the cloud is growing at a tremendous rate and we have invested heavily in the skills to support this. Joining the Cloud Solution Provider program and fully supporting and integrating cloud services into our offering allows us to build stronger relationships with our customers and provide them with the best cloud solutions to enhance their business.”
Signal Alliance continues to be at the forefront of the Microsoft cloud evolution. Using best practices, Signal Alliance assists companies in discovering what they have today, model what IT could look like tomorrow, and then help them migrate to the new platform.
Signal Alliance also creates adoption plans to make sure clients realize the business benefits of the Microsoft Cloud, leverage leading-edge adoption tools, including cloud Adoption bundle, to make sure their teams are utilizing tools to be more collaborative and productive.
Recent Industry News
IT simplified for franchises16 Jul