Prosperoware doubles down on Nordic success with new partnership

Following recent Nordic successes, Prosperoware has entered into partnership with Finnish IT consulting service provider Beveric, which joins Prosperoware’s growing channel of partners.

The partnership allows Beveric to offer Prosperoware’s cloud provisioning, governance and business continuity solution CAM to their client base in Poland, Finland, and the Balkan states. Beveric is an iManage reseller partner and regarded as an expert in Microsoft technologies. One particular focus of the new partnership will be helping clients and potential clients to overcome the governance, provision and security concerns around Microsoft Teams, which during the pandemic has taken off within law firms as a means of internal and external collaboration, with all of the challenges that entails.

Beveric’s business development manager, Kai Hinno, said: “The Microsoft 365 integration is especially valuable in conjunction with other collaboration systems. We can do so much more for the customers now in a much shorter timeframe,” adding: “Other point solutions do not compare.”

The partnership follows news we shared back in October that Borenius, one of the largest law firms in Finland, had become the first Nordic firm to select CAM, alongside its roll out of the iManage Cloud. Speaking to Legal IT Insider at the time, Borenius’ general counsel and development director Niko Jakobsson said: “CAM is an important part of the whole puzzle in moving to the iManage Cloud.”

Prosperoware has been scaling its partnership channel and in April last year entered into partnership with Morae’s Phoenix business Solutions, which will also offer CAM to help its clients that are using Microsoft Teams solve their privacy and security concerns. It entered a similar relationship with Netrix, which is an IT solutions company based in Minneapolis.

Prosperoware’s co-founder and CEO, Keith Lipman said of the new partnership: “Beveric is a trusted name in IT and we’re proud to call them a partner.”