Racheal Lee
Apr 9, 2012

Microsoft hands creative to Oze in Indonesia

JAKARTA - Computer software developer Microsoft has handed the creative business for its academic license programme to Oze in Indonesia.

Microsoft partners with Oze
Microsoft partners with Oze

OZE Powerswitch, meanwhile, has been appointed for activation and after sales support accounts. The appointment came after a pitch, which involving at least another two agencies, Iris and Dwi Sapta.

Targeting schools and education institutions, the activation works will start this month and run until July.

“We are honoured and glad to support the Microsoft brand in Indonesia,” Omar Shahab, business development director at Oze, said. “We will leverage the Microsoft brand and sales in our local Indonesian market. We look forward to partnering with Microsoft to educate consumers and reduce software piracy in Indonesia.”

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