Expanded Microsoft Solutions practice enables Yorktel to lead clients’ digital transformation as a trusted partner, solutions developer and managed service provider

Eatontown, NJ (August 21, 2018) Yorktel today announced the private acquisition of a Microsoft Solutions practice and the appointment of Jeremy Short as Senior Vice President to lead the division. The practice’s continued focus will be delivering the Microsoft Modern Workplace to clients as a One Commercial Partner, along with innovative solutions development and managed services. The acquisition is another key milestone in Yorktel’s ongoing expansion and growth, further solidifying the company’s position as a valued, sole-source multi-vendor strategic technology partner that delivers the latest in collaboration solutions and managed services to enterprise, government and healthcare organizations.

The rising need for organizations to invest in digital transformation in order to stay competitive, create operational efficiencies and optimize the workforce has created the demand for fewer, but more capable, technology partners. This demand is the catalyst for the expansion of the Yorktel Microsoft Solutions practice. The team has a deep knowledge base of Microsoft’s enterprise ecosystem. Yorktel now has seven (7) Gold Competencies, three (3) Silver Competencies, is a tier-1 direct Cloud Service Provider (CSP) and a Managed Surface Devices reseller. Yorktel’s expertise encompasses all forms of Microsoft cloud and on-premise communication, collaboration and productivity tools such as Teams, Skype, Office365, Windows AutoPilot, Enterprise Mobility + Security, the full Surface device family and complete managed services across the ecosystem. A future company roadmap includes developing cloud software products and applications with technologies related to Azure Cognitive Services, AI, AR, big data and IoT. This builds on the launch of Yorktel’s purpose-built TeleHealth product, Univago HE.

Microsoft is the leading digital transformation partner with an unmatched, worldwide and near-saturated footprint in this rapidly growing industry. The International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasts $2.0 trillion will be spent on digital transformation in 2020, while Forbes forecasts a $14.4 trillion estimated value of the global Internet of Things market by 2022. As large- and mid-market enterprises continue to invest heavily in workplace transformation initiatives, demand for trusted single-source partners that can develop and implement customized solutions that maximize ROI while seamlessly integrating with their existing Microsoft applications and other collaboration tools continues to grow. Yorktel is poised to capitalize on these trends.
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