ITCloud.ca today announced its recent acquisition of Cloud-IT, the 2014 winner of the prestigious Microsoft Partner of the Year award, that moved over 1 million seats to the MS cloud. This strategic move reinforces ITCloud.ca‘s position as a Canadian leader in the provision of cloud solutions for the CSP’s and MSP’s as well as their customers.
Already a highly valued resource for Microsoft MSPs, the addition of Cloud-IT’s offering provides even greater resources for MSPs to increase their knowledge and grow their business. In addition, Cloud-IT’s Executive Director, Steve Noel, has Microsoft Office 365 MVP status.
David Latulippe, Executive Vice-President, ITCloud.ca, commented, “The acquisition of Cloud-IT firmly rounds out our service offering and underscores our commitment to the SMB market. ITCloud.ca has an excellent reputation for providing MSPs with exceptional service and support – this move enables us to deepen our relationships with MSPs across Canada.”
Beginning in the fall, our partners will be able to enjoy access to deeper resources and knowledge, fast-tracking their ability to grow their cloud business – beyond just selling Office 365 licences.
- ITCloud Academy for partners: this initiative will give MSPs access to expert, ongoing training and help them to obtain certification in various areas, giving them more knowledge about cloud solutions.
- A new department of services and consulting to partners: a value-add resource that provides SMB MSPs with all the tools and resources needed to close business, from support in the presentation of a solution to an MS Azure architect to help prepare and implement complex deployments for large customers.
ITCloud.ca‘s CEO, Mirco Cristoni, added,“The acquisition of Cloud-IT makes perfect sense for ITCloud.ca. Having an MS O365 MVP on our team, surrounded by highly skilled MS technicians, gives us a competitive edge and allows us to be more advanced in the market.”
“From the beginning we’ve always worked with partners, sharing some of our best practices, co-selling or delivering services on their behalf, and we’ve always had a strong connection with the Microsoft partners, so this union makes sense and strengthens ITCloud.ca‘s offering to the market,” said Steve Noel, Office 365 MVP, Cloud-IT.