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Gurugram-based B2B online e-commerce platform said that it has partnered with that will allow its users to buy software on a runtime basis. As part of the agreement, the company has integrated Microsoft’s API onto its platform. Now, over 44,000 Techjockey users will be able to select from a wide range of Microsoft business productivity solutions, such as Business, Business Essential, Business Premium, as well as Enterprise Plans.

Under the Techjockey-Microsoft tie-up, the products will be available for both existing and new business customers. Customers just need to log in at with their details and select the Microsoft product which they want to purchase. As soon as they check out successfully, the Microsoft’s product license will be provided to the customers within a few minutes.

“As an IT e-commerce player, the most common request we get from businesses is for Microsoft business productivity solutions. Techjockey-Microsoft integration will help us achieve our goal of providing seamless purchase experience to MSMEs in tier 2 and tier 3 cities,” stated Akash Nangia, Co-founder & Director, said that now its platform could be used for a seamless buying experience to business customers as well as creating higher demand for Microsoft’s products in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.

“Our mission is to empower every person and every organization on this planet to achieve more. Microsoft’s suite of productivity tools serve to enhance workplace efficiency and collaboration, and reduce operational costs.’s wide reach among small and medium businesses across India will make it easier and convenient for these businesses to deploy the productivity tools,” said Rajiv Sodhi, General Manager – Partner Ecosystem, Microsoft India.

Techjockey said that it has witness an incremental growth in the SMB space over the last quarters and Office 365 as an industry agnostic product has helped increase the penetration further.

Founded in 2016 by Akash Nangia and Arjun Mittal, Techjockey aims to help SMBs with their software automation. The company receives over 60% of order volume from tier 2 and tier 3 cities with an average ticket size of Rs 1 Lakh.

Techjockey currently works with more than 1200 small and large OEMs, helping them fulfil business customers’ demand in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.

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