Optus, Eighty20 partner to offer Microsoft solutions

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Optus has announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft Gold Partner and cloud transformation specialists Eighty20.

Optus partner with Eighty20 to offer business customers end-to-end capability
The partnership leverages Optus and Eighty20’s existing relationship with Microsoft and NCS

The partnership will provide Optus with a team of Microsoft specialists that will provide B2B customers an end-to-end cloud transformation capability in a faster, simpler and more collaborative manner.

Theresa Eyssens, Vice President, Customer Solutions and Cloud, Optus Enterprise and Business, said, “We are excited to partner with Eighty20 to deliver more transformative projects for our enterprise and business customers. It’s an exciting time to be working in the cloud space and we look forward to leveraging Eighty20’s Microsoft expertise to help our business customers improve their operations through new and exciting solutions.”

John Kelly, CEO Eighty20 Solutions said, “This strategic partnership allows us to leverage the breadth and depth of Optus’ enterprise and business service offerings, coupled with our Digital Transformation expertise to drive customer outcomes leveraging the Microsoft technology stack.”

Eighty20 was established in Australia in 2018 and recently received a majority investment by NCS Australia. The company was formed to address a gap in the market for a customer centric, outcomes focused consultancy, with proven results delivering complex IT programs in the retail, energy, financial services, government, healthcare, IT, and manufacturing industries. They have over 170 employees across New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.


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