Serrala Obtains Microsoft Co-Sell Ready Status

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HamburgSerrala, a global provider of secure software solutions to automate financial processes for all inbound and outbound payments, has achieved Microsoft Co-Sell Ready Status. The co-selling program enables the Microsoft Gold Partner to offer its Azure-based solution suite Serrala Alevate in the Microsoft app store. As of today, the B2B fintech is the only company to offer end-to-end solutions for automating complex payment processes on Microsoft Azure. With this new status, Serrala is now able to offer solutions for all three Microsoft clouds – Azure, Dynamics and Teams – providing users with maximum flexibility.

“We are excited that our solutions have been approved for co-sell with Microsoft”, says Christoph Dubies, Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer at Serrala. “Through the partnership, Microsoft customers and partners around the world can use our scalable Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions to automate and improve their processes in finance and treasury. Our portfolio broadens the number of business cases available on Azure and creates great added value for users of the platform.”

Serrala now offers the cloud-based software for the automation of financial processes together with Microsoft in addition to existing sales channels. The solutions enable customers to automate their payments, cash application and data and document management processes. The Serrala portfolio available on the Microsoft platforms will be further extended over time.

“Customers have told us that building up and maintaining their own IT infrastructure often requires significant investments which cannot be made within a short time,” says Lise Skaarup Mortensen, Senior Director Finance & Administration at Microsoft Germany. “We are pleased that Serrala offers end-to-end solutions for automating complex payment processes, based on Microsoft Azure, to give customers opportunities to handle their financial flows both flexibly and securely.”

Using the Azure cloud frees organizations from investing in and operating their own IT infrastructure. They can flexibly combine the Serrala software with their existing on-premise solutions and, additionally, with the Serrala Software as a Service offering. The latter includes set of distinctive services based on intelligent automation enhanced with specialized skills. This enables organizations to tailor and scale their IT landscape entirely to their needs.

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