Microsoft names Aussie commerce partner

Microsoft names Aussie commerce partner

Melbourne-based Internet Commerce Concepts (ICC) announced last week it will work with Microsoft to deliver online business solutions.

ICC has become a preferred partner for Microsoft's local commerce initiative.

The two companies will provide a range of solutions based on Windows DNA technology, including the Microsoft BackOffice platform and Site Server Commerce Edition.

Microsoft was attracted by ICC's "proven track record" in delivering world-class e-commerce solutions, said Microsoft's senior marketing manager for e-commerce, Harvey Sanchez.

Speed and cost-effectiveness

ICC's marketing director, Geoff Connolly, said the company believed speed and cost-effectiveness were at the heart of every enterprise-level e-commerce strategy.

"We offer strategic consulting and development services that deliver scalable and extensible enterprise-wide architecture and Internet-based applications, typically within a six- to eight-week timeframe," Connolly said.

ICC is one of Australia's leading providers of turnkey e-commerce solutions for large enterprises.

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