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EMS-Cortex, a Microsoft Hosted Partner


EMS-Cortex, a Microsoft Hosted Messaging and Collaboration Partner


16-Oct-06, Auckland - EMS-Cortex has become a Microsoft Technology Partner. Its core product, Cortex, extends the value of Microsoft Solution for Hosted Messaging and Collaboration (HMC).

The Cortex provisioning platform brings a new level of accessibility to the managed services market by offering a flexible and affordable option for solutions based on Microsoft HMC solution and additional value-add applications. Cortex enables telecoms, ISPs and service providers to streamline provisioning and reduce operational costs, decrease customer churn, engage additional distribution channels and reduce time-to-market for new hosted services.

For more information, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/serviceproviders/solutions/hostedmessagingpartners.mspx EMS-Cortex is to grow its install base globally. iHost and 6Y’s needed to install a provisioning system which would help to efficiently deliver different hosted applications to their customers. By provisioning Hosted Exchange, Cortex allowed iHost to focus even more efficiently on meeting their customers’ needs and continue to deliver excellent service. In late 1999, iHost Solutions was born with a charter to provide affordable high availability hosting offerings for small to medium sized companies. iHost Solutions now owns and operates two data centers within the Columbus Metropolitan area. The American company provides managed hosting, co-location, and business hosting for clients nationwide. By automating 6Y’s manual

provisioning processes, Cortex helped the Australian service provider to increase customer satisfaction and reduce staff work load. 6Y’s can now efficiently provision Hosted Exchange and Citrix to their customers. 6Y’s brings to its clients professional comprehensive IT outsourcing allowing them to concentrate on their core business. For the second year, EMS-Cortex will be exhibiting at ISPCON Fall, in November 7 th

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