Computer Concepts Ltd (CCL) will offer Microsoft 365 to organisations intent on implementing a modern, hybrid workplace, the Spark subsidiary said.
Microsoft 365 is software giant's effort to steer customers away from standalone, perpetual licenses, and go with subscriptions instead.
Enterprises can subscripe to the full suite of Microsoft applications and services, and access end-to-end management and monitoring of them, from any location their staff is at.
This includes modules for identity, security, productivity, collaboration, endtop management, virtual desktop provision, and asset management.
Microsoft's flagship productivity suite, Office, and Windows desktop operating systems are available as subscriptions through the service.
CCL chief executive Richard Adams said hybrid work is becoming the norm for New Zealand organisations.
The challenge for them is to balance the new way of working, flexibility, and collaboration with business needs.
Adams said CCL's Microsoft 365 offering helps drive modernisation faster for organisations, while respecting their security and compliance requirements.