Impack Alliance forms with help of Microsoft

Breeze, Codit, and Matricis partner to offer Microsoft-qualified integration specialists

Australian-based integration company, Breeze, has formed an alliance with European and US-based integrators, Codit and Matricis Computing, to offer customers knowledge, innovation, and services from Microsoft-qualified integration specialists.

The Impact Alliance was formally launched at the 2012 BizTalk Summit on December 10 with the help of Microsoft’s BizTalk and Azure teams.

Its primary objective is to “deliver worldwide, high quality and cost-effective integration solutions based on best practices through the use of Microsoft technologies,” with a goal of increasing customers’ efficiency, and readying companies to enter into new competitive opportunities.

The alliance promises a team of over 100 specialists with experience in the Microsoft business that combines local talent with global reach. In addition to an integration-as-a-service (IaaS) option, Impack Alliance offers a 24x7 support guarantee from BizTalk and Azure experts.

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