Microsoft Indonesia, the local arm of software giant, Microsoft Corporation, is said to be in talks with computer manufacturers to embed Office 365, the cloud-based software service of the US company, in PCs.
According to Andreas Diantoro, president director of Microsoft Indonesia, the company was discussing with vendors of at least seven leading PC brands the possibility of collaborating on Office 365.
He said the brands included Acer, Hewlett Packard and Toshiba.
He pointed out that the company was exploring the possibility of bundling its product with that of its partners.
Office 365, the software giant's cloud-based software service is available under subscription schemes.
The company launched the enterprise version of the software in Indonesia last year and on Tuesday it launched the commercial versions - Office 365 Home Premium and University in the market.