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20.01.22 By Rachel Coyne Categories:

Leading Australian Microsoft partner Satalyst now a part of Canon Business Services ANZ

We are excited to announce, effective from 1 January 2022, Satalyst has been acquired by and is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon Australia Pty Ltd. Satalyst is now part of Canon Business Services ANZ (CBS), which is the cloud, IT services and business process automation company within the Canon Group. What does this mean for Satalyst’s customers? It’s business as usual for Satalyst, and our customers will continue to receive the same high-performance and quality experience from us. As a part of CBS, Satalyst brings together a broader set of digital capabilities and the bright minds and expertise of the Satalyst team to support our customers with a full suite of capabilities to achieve their transformation goals. It also means that Satalyst and CBS now have staff on the ground to assist our customers in all major Australian capital cities. What does this mean for Satalyst? Joining Canon Business Services presents a unique opportunity for Satalyst. CBS is an excellent strategic and technical fit. A high-performance culture and team inclusivity are part of the Satalyst DNA, so it’s been refreshing to find an organisation with similar approaches and desires. It’s uncanny how well Satalyst fits the capability gaps...
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27.04.22 By Rachel Coyne Categories: ,

Microsoft’s New Commerce Experience: What it means for CSP customers

What is Microsoft’s New Commerce Experience (NCE)? Microsoft is simplifying the buying experience for business customers and earlier this year began rolling out its New Commerce Experience (NCE). Essentially, the NCE is a new pricing model. Microsoft is moving away from disparate purchasing programs and product-specific offers by streamlining and updating pricing to help business customers reduce complexity and achieve better purchasing flexibility. With the NCE, all purchasing and contracts will be combined into a single “Microsoft Customer Agreement”. Microsoft is rolling out the NCE in a phased approach and the first phase impacts SaaS products purchased by the seat/user. All commercial customers currently on a cloud subscription plan will be impacted. Listed below are the seat-based subscriptions impacted by the changes: Microsoft launched the New Commerce Experience for Microsoft Azure in 2019 – and now is expanding the NCE to include: Office 365 / Microsoft 365 * Dynamics 365 Windows 365 Power Platform Currently, only SaaS licences (commercial seat-based offers) will be impacted by the new terms. However, that may change in the future. Purchase Implications As Microsoft rolls out the NCE, it’s important to note the three different Microsoft-defined “buying motions”: Breadth: Purchasing software through a Cloud Solution Provider...
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