Christchurch-based Information Leadership is one of 24 companies globally named as charter members of Microsoft’s Content Services Partner Program.
The only local company named, Information Leadership is also the only business in Asia Pacific to be recognised in the advisory and implementation categories.
Microsoft New Zealand national technology officer, Russell Craig, said Information Leadership has a well-deserved reputation as a leader in enabling organisations to unlock the power of information and knowledge.
“We are seeing Microsoft customers increasingly move to modern approaches to enterprise content management," Craig said. "It’s great to know that we have a world-leading content services partner able to assist them."
Microsoft launched its content services partner program at Inspire in July to recognise partners delivering of content services such as document management, intranet, workflow, records management and knowledge management tools and systems.
Information Leadership director, Sarah Heal said the company is pleased to be acknowledged for designing and implementing Microsoft’s on-premise SharePoint and cloud-based Office 365 for clients.
“With the arrival of Office 365 in particular, New Zealand organisations and government agencies at last have an alternative to old-style, costly document and records management systems users do not like or wholeheartedly use," she said.
Information Leadership has offices in Christchurch and Wellington, as well as other staff in Auckland, Hamilton and Tauranga.
The company has completed over one hundred substantial implementations of SharePoint, on-premise, in the cloud and hybrid.