Soft-ex’s parent organisation Widepoint announced a new tie up between its subsidiary and Microsoft. Soft-ex has been awarded ‘Co-sell Ready’ status, which enables it to engage and collaborate on global sales opportunities with Microsoft’s sales teams and channel partners, allowing them to more easily identify joint opportunities.
The Soft-ex solution is now available within the Microsoft commercial marketplace and provides Microsoft Teams customers with an advanced UC Voice Analytics & Billing.
Jin Kang, WidePoint’s CEO commented that it was exciting for his company to become a global Co-sell Ready partner at a time when its unified communications platforms are in such high demand.
Ian Sparling, CEO at Soft-ex, stated: “Now that our SaaS solutions are included in the Microsoft Product Catalog, Soft-ex can offer a truly integrated journey to optimising unified communications infrastructure, performance and costs in a Microsoft Teams environment. Our SaaS platform provides centralised visibility and advanced self-serve analytics for Microsoft clients. As Soft-ex collaborates with Microsoft, we’ll continue to become even more effective at delivering compelling solutions and enhanced digital experiences for our mutual customers.”