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​And the Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for New Zealand goes to…

​And the Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for New Zealand goes to…

“We’re pleased to once again be named Microsoft’s Country Partner of the Year for New Zealand."

Greg Davidson - CEO, Datacom New Zealand

Greg Davidson - CEO, Datacom New Zealand

Datacom has won the 2016 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Award for New Zealand, with the leading Kiwi IT services organisation honoured among a global field of top Redmond partners.

The award recognises partners that demonstrate “excellence in innovation and implementation” of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology, from a pool of over 2,500 entrants from 119 countries worldwide.

“We’re pleased to once again be named Microsoft’s Country Partner of the Year for New Zealand,” says Greg Davidson, CEO, Datacom New Zealand.

“This win can be attributed to our shared ambition to bring the combined value of each of our organisations to market for the benefit of our customers.

"We are redefining the Australasian IT marketplace with Microsoft in ground-breaking areas such as the Internet of Things, evolving capability across hybrid cloud, cognitive computing and global business connectivity.

“Our unique-to-Datacom products built on Microsoft platforms are a further testament to our long-standing relationship with Microsoft and the capability of our exceptional people.”

Awards were presented in several categories, with Datacom recognised for providing “outstanding solutions and services”, as well as representing “excellent subsidiary engagement” in New Zealand.

The Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Awards honour partners at the country level that have demonstrated business excellence in delivering Microsoft solutions to multiple customers over the past year, recognising Datacom as succeeding in effective engagement with its local office while showcasing innovation and business impact, driving customer satisfaction, and winning new customers.

“We are honoured to recognise Datacom New Zealand as a Microsoft Country Partner of the Year,” adds Gavriella Schuster, general manager, Worldwide Partner Group, Microsoft.

“Datacom is a prime example of the excellent talent we see in our Microsoft partner community to deliver innovative and transformative solutions.”

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