AvePoint solutions are now available on Microsoft AppSource

AvePoint solutions are now available on Microsoft AppSource


AvePoint’s solutions can now be purchased through Microsoft AppSource, making them easy to deploy seamlessly with Microsoft 365

Newly added solutions include AvePoint Entrust, Cloud Governance, Insights and Cloud Backup

Elly Yates-Roberts |

AvePoint has made four new solutions available on Microsoft AppSource, an online cloud marketplace, which will allow its customers to have a seamless purchasing experience.

The newly added solutions include AvePoint Entrust, which allows companies to manage Microsoft 365 and software-as-a-service operations; Cloud Governance, which accelerates Microsoft 365 adoption with automated service delivery; Insights, which tracks user activity over Microsoft 365 security; and Cloud Backup, which provides complete Office 365 backup that is automated, encrypted and has on-demand restore.

“Our goal is to help make digital work more productive, compliant and secure for every organisation,” said John Peluso, chief product officer at AvePoint, and regional director at Microsoft. “By increasing our availability through Microsoft AppSource and our existing presence in Microsoft Azure Marketplace, we aim to help customers on their journey to collaborate with confidence quicker and easier. By speeding up the time from purchase to implementation, we help businesses save valuable time and resources.”

AvePoint is committed to making it easier for businesses to secure and manage their digital collaboration data and has maintained its relationships with Microsoft for over 20 years.

“Through Microsoft AppSource, customers around the world can easily find tailored line-of-business partner solutions that work with the products they already use,” said Toby Bowers, general manager of business applications group at Microsoft. “We’re happy to welcome AvePoint solutions to the growing AppSource ecosystem.”

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