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EMS-Cortex first Canadian implementation


EMS-Cortex, proud of its first Canadian implementation

01-Nov-06, Auckland - EMS-Cortex is proud of its first Canadian implementation. EPI Internet Direct is one of North America's leading application service providers.

Since 1996, EPI Internet Direct has offered a full range of web site hosting, application hosting, web site design and other managed service solutions. EPI Internet Direct clients throughout the world depend on EPI to deliver high quality, cost-effective professional hosting solutions.

EPI Internet Direct had spent years searching for an automated provisioning system to suit their business until they discovered Cortex. “With Cortex, I can see that we could now double or triple the number of customers we provision – or more, with no real increase in support staff

requirements.” Ross Chappell, Partner, EPI Internet Direct. (Click here for full case study) EMS-Cortex's worldwide appeal was also reinforced these last few weeks, when it hold a Microsoft seminar in Brussels inviting potential customers from the Benelux on September 25 th ; and when it hold a webinar on October 5 th in partnership with WHIR, one of the media leaders in the web hosting industry. Those two events covered a wide range of topics including growth opportunities for hosting providers through deploying high-value services based on Microsoft communication and collaboration technologies.

Seminar EMS-Cortex goal is to help Microsoft’s Hosting partners to deliver the most innovative and cost- efficient solutions based Microsoft Hosted Messaging and Collaboration Solution. As a part of co- joint marketing and market education initiatives EMS-Cortex and Microsoft Belgium have held a seminar in Brussels on 25 th of September this year.

The seminar has covered a broad range of topics including latest Microsoft Hosting initiatives, future directions and roadmaps as well as the benefits Cortex is capable of providing to hosters now and in future. The seminar was very well received with partners acknowledging the value of such events. For more events please visit Cortex website and . Webinar EMS-Cortex has a long history of popularizing and socializing innovative concepts of managed services. One of the latest initiatives from us was a webinar held on 5 th of October.

The theme of the webinar was how the web-hosting companies can move up the value chain, increase the value of its offerings to the customers and build customers’ loyalty. The issues of selecting the right services bundling and operational support platforms were discussed as well. Deploying Microsoft Hosted Messaging and Collaboration solution is a logical way to move up the value chain and with the support of Cortex as enabling technology the deployment and ongoing administration can be performed in the most efficient way. For more events please visit Cortex website or join EMS-Cortex team at ISPCON Fall, in November 7 th - 9 th , booth #710.


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