CoreView, global leader in Microsoft 365 Management, announced the expansion of its business operations in Australia, which is aimed at strengthening the partnerships of the company with clients in the Asia Pacific market and responding to increasing demand in the region.
This announcement from CoreView comes in conjunction with the hiring of Chris Lawley as new regional manager. This expansion of CoreView comes on the heels of a period of rapid growth, as the company has grown by around 229 percent in the past three years taking its mission to manage Microsoft 365 to the new partners and regions.
CoreView has also continued to help their customers better manage Microsoft 365, including the addition of advanced capabilities for managing Teams Voice, Microsoft Teams and hybrid environments.
Chris Lawley said he is very excited to help expand and introduce the presence of CoreView in Australia and the wider region of Asia Pacific. There is a clear need for a management solution such as CoreView driven by data and insights, specifically given how heavily regulated security and compliance are in the market.
The company is already working with resellers in Europe, North America and the Middle East, and it also recently signed strategic deals with Data3 and rhipe, a crayon company. The goal of CoreView is to empower partners with the insights, data, and actionable processes that are important to support operational improvements and enable real time transformation for their customers.