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Crayon confirms Microsoft Licensing Solution Provider status in UAE

Software licensing advisory firm to oversee programmes across key verticals

Crayon confirms Microsoft Licensing Solution Provider status in UAE
Joachim Hagstrom, CEO, Crayon ME.

Software licensing advisory company, Crayon Middle East today announced its appointment as a Microsoft Licensing Solution Provider (LSP) in the UAE.

Crayon specialises in software asset management (SAM), cloud, volume licensing and associated consulting services.

"Crayon and Microsoft have enjoyed a history of mutually successful achievements and a long-term worldwide partnership for more than a decade," said Joachim Hagstrom, CEO, Crayon ME.

"The Licensing Solution Provider status in the United Arab Emirates confirms our alignment with Microsoft's innovative approach towards the local market and we look forward to jointly supporting our customers with cost-effective licensing solutions to ensure the finest transformation of any business operation at all levels."

Crayon Middle East will manage Microsoft Volume Licensing programmes including Enterprise Agreements, Select, Select Plus, Government, Academic, and GGWA for Large Organisations and MPSA & Enrolment for the education sector.

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