Mikko Valtonen, Microsoft
This agreement allows customers to access the EDGE Next solution worldwide directly within their Azure subscriptions and licenses, allowing them to pay with Azure credits and simplify their procurement processes by administering and invoicing entirely in one place.
The company states that this partnership will make their Intelligent Building solutions even more accessible for corporate real estate stakeholders and companies wanting to start their own journeys to true Operational Efficiency and sustainability.
“This is just one of many steps EDGE Next is taking to build global partnerships in order to greatly increase the percentage of sustainable buildings, which is currently only approximately 3%,” said CEO Mikko Valtonen. “We want the other 97% to meet ESG standards with unprecedented speed and ease — for the sake of people and the planet.”
Azure and EDGE next customers can subscribe with confidence as a Microsoft engineer has inspected and ensured the quality and future-proof of each solution’s architecture. Additionally, if customers have an Enterprise Agreement, they will be able to flexibly determine where they spend their credits due to the Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment (MACC) program. Azure Marketplace purchases of transactable offers that are enrolled in this program contribute towards an organization’s Microsoft Azure Consumption Commitment.
With this new Azure Marketplace partnership, it is even easier for more companies to leverage EDGE Next innovation to reduce energy costs, optimize occupancy and improve employee wellbeing.
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EDGE Next is a subsidiary of Edge, a leader in sustainable and innovative corporate real estate development for over 25 years, whose portfolio includes BREEAM-award winning projects and are considered the greenest office buildings in the world.