Microsoft 365 management firm CoreView expands into Australia

CoreView, the global Microsoft 365 Management firm, announced the expansion of its business operations in Australia, aimed at strengthening the company’s partnerships with clients in the Asia-Pacific market and responding to increasing demand in the region.

This announcement comes in conjunction with the hiring of Chris Lawley to the role of Regional Manager — an expert in SaaS platforms and technology, currently based in Sydney.

What were Lawley’s thoughts on the new role?

“I am excited to help expand CoreView’s presence in Australia and the wider APAC. There is such a need for a data and insights-driven management solution like CoreView, particularly given how heavily regulated security and compliance are in the market,” said Lawley.

“As such, I have no doubt that CoreView will provide a number of benefits to our current and future partners here, helping uplevel IT management in the Microsoft 365 space,” he added.

What is CoreView’s market reach?

This expansion comes on the heels of a period of rapid growth for the company, as CoreView has grown by nearly 229% in the last 3 years — taking its mission to manage the chaos of Microsoft 365 to a variety of new partners and regions. In tandem with this growth, CoreView has continued to help customers better manage Microsoft 365 — including adding advanced capabilities for managing Microsoft Teams, Teams Voice, and hybrid environments.

Already working with resellers in North America, Europe and the Middle East, CoreView recently signed strategic deals with Data3 and rhipe, a Crayon Company, players in cloud solutions and tech in APAC — with a healthy pipeline of additional relationships lined up.

CoreView’s goal is to empower partners with the data, insights, and actionable processes necessary to support operational improvements and enable real transformation for clients.