Atea secures Microsoft deal to 'triple sales' of Nordic reseller's cloud services

Atea will also create 25 new cloud services on Microsoft Azure

Kelsey Rees
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Atea secures Microsoft deal to 'triple sales' of Nordic reseller's cloud services

Atea has signed an agreement with Microsoft that will include increased investment from the vendor to help "triple sales" of the reseller's cloud services. The Norwegian VAR claims the three-year agreement will enable it to build more than 25 new services on the Azure platform and help drive Atea's strategy in the three core investment areas of cloud, sustainability and security. The new deal also aims to respond to Atea's growing customer needs for cloud services and cloud operations, ...

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