Microsoft inks Cloud deal with Park Place Technologies

Microsoft Alysa TaylorTechnology major Microsoft today announced its Cloud deal with Park Place Technologies, a global provider of datacenter third-party maintenance and support.

Park Place aims to deploy Microsoft enterprise cloud services as part of its strategy around digital transformation across sales and service operations. The Cloud contract with Microsoft will support Park Place to accelerate its ability to deliver engineering services across over 100 countries.

Park Place plans to deploy Microsoft enterprise cloud services, including Dynamics 365 and Office 365, along with LinkedIn Sales Navigator, to enhance collaboration and productivity across its sales and service operations.

“Microsoft is uniquely positioned with integrated offerings across the whole cloud stack,” said Chris Adams, president and COO of Park Place Technologies.

Park Place Technologies plans to equip its salesforce with the Microsoft Relationship Sales solution, a joint offering that combines the power of Dynamics 365 for Sales with the world’s largest professional network in LinkedIn Sales Navigator.

By surfacing relationships between people, and then integrating that information within a single platform, Park Place salespeople will be able to access information in a way that saves time and improves productivity.

Alysa Taylor, general manager, Business Applications Group at Microsoft, said: “Putting the power of Microsoft’s intelligent cloud behind Park Place’s customer care organization will connect people, processes and data insights to optimize productivity and transform its service delivery operations.”

Park Place Technologies provides an alternative to post-warranty storage, server, and networking hardware maintenance for IT data centers. It supports more than 10,000 organizations in over 100 countries.

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