ATCOM IS TRUSTED PARTNER OF MICROSOFT FOR THE AZURE CLOUD PLATFORM
ATCOM signed a strategic agreement with Microsoft to promote the Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform in the Greek market. Thus ATCOM becomes Trusted Partner of Microsoft, having already implemented some of its most important clients’ projects in Microsoft Azure.
ATCOM, who is Microsoft’s Gold Certified Partner since 2008, wanted to be able to provide its customers with a reliable and complete web hosting solution and after a thorough evaluation, resulted in the Microsoft Azure platform as the ideal solution. This partnership enables its clients to benefit from advantages such as flexibility, efficiency and safety, while keeping costs low.
The common objective of ATCOM and Microsoft is to develop innovative solutions that contribute to increased business productivity. The capabilities of the Microsoft platform, contribute to the strategy of ATCOM to offer significant web hosting solutions and services based on cloud technology to its customers, such as expandable storage with stable operation, back-up solutions and recovery, for any data size, at the minimum possible cost.
Kostas Theotokas, ATCOM’s CEO comments: "Our customers’ high demands and the complexity of the applications we implement made it essential for us to find a web hosting service with high standards. Microsoft Azure is the Cloud Platform that can fulfill our technological and business needs. Therefore this new partnership with Microsoft made us even more confident of the quality of services we offer to companies that choose ATCOM”.
Sales Director of Microsoft, Vaggelis Chrisohoos added: “We are delighted that ATCOM trusted the services of Microsoft Azure. With this agreement, ATCOM will provide its customers network with a comprehensive web hosting solution. With the adoption of the Microsoft Azure Platform, businesses will have the opportunity to increase their productivity, taking advantage of high availability, the ability of cost escalation and flexibility, keeping the hosting costs low”.