BitTitan Launches OneDrive Extension for Office 365

BitTitan Launches OneDrive Extension for Office 365

BitTitan announced the launch of its OneDrive extension for its Office 365 Starter Kit.

BitTitan announced the launch of its OneDrive extension for its Office 365 Starter Kit this week to help partners increase profits with Office 365 deployments.

According to Tuesday’s announcement, Microsoft partners will be able to sell, onboard and service OneDrive with BitTitan's extension.

The launch comes nearly two weeks after BitTitan launched Migration-as-a-Service to create new migration revenue streams for Microsoft Office 365.

The OneDrive extension is now part of cloud enablement platform BitTitan MSPComplete. It includes new sales scripts for BitTitan SalesAutomation, which enables partners to upsell OneDrive as part of new Office 365 projects and expand services to existing Exchange Online customers.

"With the right tools in tow, OneDrive is an easy way for partners to differentiate Office 365 offerings," Emily Kruger, director of product management at BitTitan said in a statement. "Every partner that is doing mailbox migration should also provide document migration. We designed our Office 365 Starter Kit and OneDrive extension to be a 'revenue stream in a box,' arming partners with everything they need to sell and profit from this opportunity."

Partners maintain control over customers’ Office 365 environments with white-labeled managed service offerings including Concierge 24/7 help desk for end users.

"To maintain a competitive edge, we needed to expand our Office 365 offerings beyond mailbox migrations and extend our services across the entire customer lifecycle," Frank Suglia, co-founder and managing partner at Strategic SaaS said in a statement. "The Office 365 Starter Kit and OneDrive extension fit the bill. Without any special training or expertise, we're rapidly growing our business by taking advantage of Microsoft FastTrack incentives through the addition of new cloud workloads."

Last year, Microsoft scaled back its unlimited storage offer to Office 365 consumer subscribers after a small number of users abused the system.

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