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StorageCraft achieves Microsoft Gold ISV Competency

StorageCraft achieves Microsoft Gold ISV Competency

Vendor complete rigorous set of tests to prove level of technology expertise

StorageCraft has achieved a Gold ISV Competency in the Microsoft Partner Network, the company has announced.

“StorageCraft’s goal is extend our global leadership in the real-time backup, recovery and migration market by continuing to evolve solutions that protect physical, virtual and cloud-based servers. This latest accolade vindicates our commitment to Microsoft-based solutions and assures our partners and customers that they will continue to benefit from leading edge solutions”, says Greg Wyman, regional vice president for Asia Pacific at StorageCraft.

“The Microsoft Partner Network is designed to empower solution providers to succeed in today’s business environment. By achieving the prestigious Gold competency, participating companies are provided with a rich set of benefits, including increased customer visibility through branding and accessibility, training and support,” says Jon Roskill, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft. “We are proud to put forth a programme that provides the right resources to help a company develop the expertise customers demand in today’s competitive market and also provides the community and infrastructure that can connect them to one another, lowering costs for all parties.”

The Microsoft Gold Competency signifies to the market that a company has demonstrated the highest level of skill and achievement within a given technology specialisation.


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