Milan, Lombardia-based CoreView a global company involved with Microsoft 365 management, recently announced that it will be entering into a strategic partnership with a cloud solutions and technology company known as Rhipe, a subsidiary of Crayon company, serving the Asia Pacific region and the regional market.
The company claims that its products are designed to help consumers gain a better understanding and visibility of their Microsoft 365 usage, and help them optimise their efficiency and reduce security risks. CoreView and Rhipe’s strategic partnership eventually strive to improve their clients’ experience with Microsoft 365, in any and every way. The deal illustrates the continued expansion of CoreView’s products in the Asia Pacific region and markets.
“Our relationship with Rhipe is helping propel our mission: to stop IT chaos and get Microsoft 365 under control,” said John Reumann, Senior Director, Channel at CoreView. “We’ve been working with Crayon across markets for years now, and we’re very excited to be bringing the benefits of this partnership to our clients in Australia and beyond. We’re just getting started.”
“We are committed to providing customers with a wide choice of technology vendors,” said Richard Rundle, Group Executive, Security at Rhipe. “It made perfect sense to welcome CoreView — who has proven to be an excellent partner in Europe and North America – to the Crayon family in APAC, through Rhipe and emt.”
According to the company, its 20+ years of experience helping drive value for their partners, vendors, end consumers, and the channel, Rhipe claims to be among the leading software distributors in the Asia Pacific region. Now a subsidiary of IT advisory and digital transformation company Crayon, which acquired Rhipe in November 2021, Rhipe is a notable contributor to the firm’s fastest-growing region, Asia Pacific. The strategic partnership is now live and available to both CoreView and rhipe clients across the Asia Pacific region.