Every year, our team of engineers work towards our Microsoft Gold Partnership. We are ecstatic to have achieved Gold again for 2021-2022.
What Does a Gold Partner Mean?
Being a gold partner means that we’re committed to achieving the best partnership with Microsoft. This covers both our relationship with them and the standard of service we deliver to our clients.
It demonstrates our competency in delivering Microsoft services. As well as having access to the best support available. Our engineers must complete a series of exams and assessments to achieve the qualification, so you know you’ll be in the best care when you need our support.
Microsoft Partnerships focus on specific services. We have achieved our gold partnership in:
Cloud Productivity – Highlights our skills in delivering innovative Office 365 solutions. As well as showcasing how we can help customers deploy and manage applications like Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Teams, and Skype for Business.
Collaboration and Content – Highlights our proficiency in developing efficient and effective collaboration and communication practices in an enterprise environment. This includes platforms such as SharePoint (online, on-premises, and hybrid), OneDrive, and Teams.
Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions – shows our technical capabilities in delivering cloud productivity and security solutions for small and midsize customers. Particularly those who are deploying or migrating to Office 365.
Congratulations to our team for their efforts in maintaining our status.
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