Delivery as a Service

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Facing the same IT delivery challenges as other Microsoft partners?

Total One’s fully automated Delivery as a Service model is the perfect approach for Microsoft Partners looking to supply customers with sophisticated, highly customisable IT, licence and business solutions in the most resource- and time-effective way.

Designed with SMEs firmly in mind, Total One offers partners an impressive proposition: the ability to deliver multiple, complex delivery projects that are precisely tailored to each customer’s needs in a fraction of the time it would take via a more traditional consultancy route, with implementation in hours rather than weeks.

This means that not only can micro businesses – from as few as five users -– will benefit from the swift deployment of bespoke systems, but and that partners can successfully deliver scalable IT solutions with no costly upfront investment and with the added prospect of initiating a valuable recurring revenue stream.

Microsoft Partners are free to manage the client, not the process

Total One turns the traditional value chain on its head. Instead of investing resources in unpicking the challenges of delivering a complex solution, partners can focus on managing evolving customer demands and ensuring a best fit.

The platform can facilitate the delivery of a fully functional Active Directory for up to 2,500 users on a single site or in multiple locations on more than 60 different server types, enabling a flexible response to new business demands or technology requirements as and when they occur. There are currently more than 200 Microsoft preconfigured and deliverables, including Microsoft cloud products such as Azure and Office 365.

Partners can specify and aggregate the components they need for each client, delivering a complete solution with quality and speed – and with the assurance that products and services will always be implemented according to Microsoft best practices. It’s a simple, profitable formula that can be replicated time and again.

Not only delivery as a service, but an automated service from A to Z

With Total One, the full business and technical process is supported from sales through to invoicing, including the CSP automation and delivery of Microsoft CSP Tier‑1 and Tier‑2, SPLA and traditional contracts. The technical assignment to users, servers and services is also fully automated.

Easy-to-use wizards can be tweaked to reflect customised partner pricing options – including discounts, alternative currencies and payment terms – on a per order‑, per item- or consumption-based model. We automate your delivery and licensing.

Total One provides contract examples for 16 currencies in 50 countries and manages invoicing, VAT and sales-tax. Individual pricing and subscription schemes can be allocated, with different categories and sales conditions applied to each customer, all using simple tools – no development skills required.

In-cloud, on-premise, hybrid, hosted, private

Total One makes easy work of delivering fully automated complex hybrid clouds, using private and cloud technologies. Full automation of data centres, servers, firewalls, databases, messaging and applications is supported, in-cloud, on-premise and in hybrid configurations over private and hosted networks alike.
The platform supports a growing number of native cloud services from multiple vendors and integrates them completely into your customer’s environment.

Choose from hundreds of data centres and select new ones as and when your customer needs automated delivery from a new server site. Total One also enables you to publish your own data centre for internal use or to resell on the global market.

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