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Westcon-Comstor’s new Microsoft Fast Start programme makes it easier for technology resellers to build lucrative, thriving cloud computing businesses. Customisable assessment and migration tools, training courses, personalised assistance and activation support enable Microsoft cloud service providers (CSPs) of all experience levels to tackle even the most complex deployments with confidence. The programme currently supports Microsoft Office 365 and Azure.

“Westcon-Comstor is clearing the path for reseller success in the cloud,” said Leane Hannigan, Cloud Solutions Director EMEA at Westcon-Comstor“In addition to the new Microsoft Fast Start programme, we are investing heavily in enablement services, with the twin goals of optimising value for end customers while keeping resellers at the centre of the technology supply chain.”

At the Heart of the Digital Lifecycle

To attain true success in the cloud, resellers need more than a portfolio focused on the most critical cloud solutions or the most trusted and fastest-growing cloud vendors. The ability to transact quickly and then manage many technologies, licenses and customers efficiently is essential for profitable growth. Westcon-Comstor’s BlueSky Cloud and Services Management Platform provides unprecedented visibility into and control over the entire cloud supply chain, all from a single interface.  

BlueSky makes it easier for resellers to perform the required “back office” functions such as ordering, tracking, monitoring, transacting, and delivering cloud services.  It also includes powerful analytics and insights into key service metrics, including user credentials, usage trends, service tickets, top providers, and more to enable resellers to optimise their cloud services supply chain.

Resellers looking to take advantage of the new Westcon-Comstor Microsoft Fast Start program should visit the partner portal.

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