Making a global impact

The transition from predominantly desktop software plus services is one of the big trends that will hit the IT industry over the next few years.

It’s a real focus for global software providers.

Microsoft Corporation in Redmond has identified Xero as one of the first and leading examples of this trend.

We’ve been working closely with the team over the last month to pull an international case study together.

As software as service is a business trend as well as technology, we were delighted to be able to involve one of our first certified advisors, Markhams MRI Wellington.

The target audience for the case study is other companies considering a software plus services business model.

Download the case study here.

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