FVC, a value added distributor spanning the Middle East and North Africa, has recently chosen Office 365 provider Microsoft (News - Alert) as its exclusive cloud and unified communications partner in the region.
With this partnership, both FVC and Microsoft will be able to provide businesses in the Gulf with enhanced access to Office 365, to enable greater productivity, collaboration and reduced costs.
"FVC is very excited about this partnership and the potential growth it will bring to the business," said Waleed Heloo, general manager for Gulf and Pakistan at FVC, in a statement.
He added,"With Polycom (News - Alert) positioned as leader in Unified Communications, FVC sees this partnership with Microsoft as strategic especially with Microsoft Office365 and Wave-15. FVC will now be able to unite, customize and offer the best experience to its customers with on-premise and in the cloud unified communication and collaboration."
Customers across this location with the help of Office 365 will be allowed to take advantage of the cloud with the most complete set of solutions to meet any business need. They will also have free e-mail, instant messaging and collaboration tools at their fingertips.
"Microsoft's cloud computing solutions, such as Office 365, are geared to support emerging economies in the region and accelerate the growth of local innovation industries. Office365 offers customers choices in how their communications and collaboration software is delivered, managed, and maintained," commented Samer Abu Ltaif, regional general manager, Microsoft Gulf.
Office 365 brings together Microsoft Office, Microsoft SharePoint Online, Microsoft Exchange Online and Microsoft Lync Online in an always-up-to-date cloud service, at a predictable monthly subscription.
This partnership will certainly add to a history of collaboration between Microsoft and FVC that has provided businesses with the latest in unified communications.
Edited by Jamie Epstein