Exoprise Joins Microsoft Co-Selling Program
November 19, 2020
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Exoprise solutions are available through the Microsoft co-selling program.

Through this innovative program, Microsoft and its partners like Exoprise deliver solutions built on Microsoft technology as packaged offerings. The co-selling program makes it easier for IT leaders and decision-makers to purchase integrated and valuable solutions like Exoprise CloudReady. Through the online marketplace, Exoprise will be able to extend its reach and deliver positive customer outcomes for millions of Microsoft customers looking to reinforce their Microsoft 365 monitoring strategy.

The Microsoft co-sell program launched in 2017 has already generated more than $8 billion in contracted partner revenue and helped companies across the industry in building their digital transformation capabilities.

Exoprise CEO Jason Lieblich said: “We’ve been partnering with Microsoft and its ecosystem since the beginning and this new program makes it easier for everyone to take advantage of Microsoft 365, Azure, and Exoprise solutions together.”

Exoprise CloudReady Monitoring for Microsoft 365 enables customers to ensure the resiliency of Microsoft cloud services and productivity solutions before, during, and after a business-critical migration or network transformation. As Microsoft Teams adoption increases to more than 75 million daily active users globally due to the pandemic, IT leaders struggling to streamline their workforce operations and ensuring remote employee productivity will benefit greatly from the CloudReady solution. Customers and partners can leverage their existing Azure license credits to consume Exoprise solutions for their large scale Microsoft 365 enterprise monitoring and gain unique insights about the end-user digital experience.

Achieving Microsoft Co-Sell Ready status establishes Exoprise as a trusted partner to build customer trust and offer innovative solutions. This new acceptance couldn’t have come at a critical time during Covid-19 when businesses are striving for complete end-to-end visibility and trying to gain more control of Microsoft applications for enterprise IT. Exoprise in its new partner role will provide an unmatched opportunity for Microsoft’s global ecosystem of sellers and more than 75 million buyers to accelerate Microsoft 365 cloud adoption and enforce enterprise-grade security controls.

The Azure Marketplace solution currently offers two different plans:

- Each plan includes proactive support services with technical workshops to help organizations get started

- There is a 20 sensor credit plan, called Azure Starter, which can provide coverage for up to 3-4 locations including monitoring for SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams, Exchange Online, OneDrive, and more

- The larger 50 sensor credit plan, Azure Pro, is suitable for organizations that want to monitor uptime, availability, and performance from upwards of 6 locations

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