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Aug 2013
Microsoft award

More accolades for Ensyst in 2013 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards

At the annual Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards (MAPA) for 2013, Ensyst was recognised for its outstanding capabilities in two categories – awarded Microsoft Communications Partner of the Year and Microsoft Public Cloud Partner of the Year, the later for the second year in succession.

Announced at the annual Microsoft Australian Partner Conference (APC), MAPA awards recognise Partners that have developed and delivered market solutions leading built on the Microsoft platform.

Nick Sone, General Manager of Ensyst welcomed the announcement:

“It’s very gratifying to again be recognised with not one, but two MAPA awards in 2013.  It’s an outstanding achievement, and tops off another great year for Ensyst.

Recognition in these categories demonstrates our focus on the Microsoft productivity platform, both on premise and in the cloud.

mapa-2013The award for Communications Partner of the Year recognises our capabilities in the area of Unified Communications, and our position as the pre-eminent Lync partner in Australia.  As Lync becomes a critical infrastructure platform for more and more enterprises, we’ve worked closely with our clients to deliver the great business outcomes available with Lync.

 

mapa-2013-public-cloudThe award for Public Cloud Partner of the Year is recognition of Ensyst’s success and focus in delivering solutions on the Microsoft Cloud, specifically Microsoft Office 365 and Windows Azure.  The growth seen by Microsoft in Office 365 is reflected in the growth in our business as a Cloud focused partner.  We have had some fantastic success stories this year as we’ve helped clients realise the benefits the Microsoft Cloud can deliver.

Winning two MAPAs is an outstanding achievement for Ensyst, and a credit to the capabilities of our fantastic team that continues to deliver great client solutions.

We’ve been very fortunate to work with some innovative clients during the past year who have helped us “push the boundaries” with these Microsoft technologies.”

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