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Gruene Technology Group Brings Next-Generation Office 365 for Small and Midsize Businesses to the SMB Market

Office 365 now available for businesses of all sizes; cloud-based solution offers unmatched security features, privacy and overall value.

NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Gruene Technology Group today announced that it is reselling the next-generation Office 365 service, Microsoft Corp.'s most complete Office cloud service to date, for small and midsize businesses. Gruene Technology Group (GrueneTG) helps companies of all sizes understand, evaluate, test, configure, and implement cloud solutions that fit their customers' needs.

Starting today Gruene Technology Group owns the billing process, allowing it to easily sell Office 365 subscriptions and help customers take advantage of cloud services.

'They see how liberating it is to have your own personal Office experience across all your devices.  Wherever and whenever you need to get your work done - phone, laptop, or tablet." Says Derrik Haley, Senior Systems Engineer at GrueneTG. "We've seen the demand for Office 365 rise dramatically over the past year.  "It's not just the companies with limited or no IT resources.  Midsize businesses with their own in-house IT departments are demanding it as well, he added.

"Microsoft has a proven track record of helping partners build their businesses and strengthen relationships with customers," said Kirk Gregersen, general manager, Microsoft Office Division. "Through the new Office 365 Open licensing model, partners will be able to offer the always-up-to-date Office applications customers know and love through trusted, industry-leading Office 365 cloud services."

"Our goal is to make customers transition to the cloud simple," added Derrik.  "Whether they want to utilize Office 365 for the familiar Office experience, or need additional cloud based solutions such as SharePoint, Lync, or Exchange – GrueneTG has the depth and experience to deliver the engineering they company needs for a successful deployment."

Derrik says these new tools are amazing and unlock a whole new world of possibilities for the end user, but they also let the IT guys maintain control in a secure and efficient manner.  "It's great to see a solution that makes the end user and the IT department equally happy," he said.

Office 365 Is for Businesses of All Sizes

Small and midsize businesses will be able to work from anywhere and boost productivity by accessing the full-featured, rich Office applications they are familiar with, on up to five devices, and delivered as an always up-to-date cloud service. In addition, the new Office unlocks new scenarios from meetings to digital note taking and reading. More information can be found at http://www.office365.com.

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