Certification helps offer SMEs solutions that were previously only available to larger companies.
The Japanese company Konica Minolta, with operations in fifty countries and a workforce of almost 44,000 people, becomes Global Managed Partner de Microsoft.
In this way, it delves into its objective of offering cloud solutions for the SME sector, of small and medium-sized companies, and promote the digitization at the customer’s point of work.
“The alliance with Microsoft allows us to combine our competencies trusted customer relationships with the most secure and scalable cloud technology to flexibly build enterprise solutions, ”said Hajime Takei, president of Digital Workplace’s commercial headquarters division, Konica Minolta.
“By using their applications, we are able to offer our SMB customers systems and capabilities previously only available to larger companies and more opportunities to accelerate innovation and ultimately drive success,” he adds.
“This certification”, he concludes, “is a great endorsement of our long-standing relationship and the exceptional work of our unified teams for clients around the world.”
Currently, more than 300 Konica Minolta employees are certified and they help use solutions to help business transformation.