EMIT SCOOPS MICROSOFT IRELAND SMB CLOUD PARTNER OF THE YEAR AWARD IN TORONTO
EMIT has been named the Microsoft Ireland ‘SMB Cloud Partner of the Year’ for 2016 at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto, Canada.
The award recognises EMIT’s contribution towards driving the growth of Microsoft Cloud technology in Ireland. Last year alone, EMIT grew its Office 365 business by 500% and its Azure offering by 400%. It comes after EMIT was named the 2016 Microsoft Global Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions Partner of the Year in June.
Speaking at the awards ceremony, Eamon Moore, managing director, EMIT, said: “It is both an honour and a privilege for EMIT to be recognised in this way. This award is a testament to our continued commitment to Irish businesses, to Microsoft Cloud technology and most importantly to the value and expertise we bring to every single customer engagement”.
“It also highlights all of our hard work and dedication over the last two years. Having made the decision to align ourselves fully with Microsoft Cloud technologies in 2014, the support of the Microsoft Ireland team has been invaluable to us and certainly has been instrumental to our success”.
“EMIT’s recent award wins mark us out as a leading Microsoft partner on a global level and we look forward to continuing to scale our business as the partner of choice for Microsoft Cloud in Ireland and beyond. Our recently launched Dynamics CRM & PowerBI practice is proving to be hugely successful and we are very proud to be seen as the top partner in Ireland for end to end Microsoft Cloud solutions”.
Aisling Curtis, small and medium business and partner director, Microsoft Ireland, said: “We’re delighted to present EMIT with the Microsoft Ireland SMB Cloud Partner of the Year Award for 2016. This award recognises EMIT’s commitment to Microsoft’s cloud platform, and the company’s continued pursuit of excellence when it comes to customer growth. With this award EMIT is leading by example, and epitomises the quality of Microsoft’s global partner network.”
Pictured above: Gavriella Schuster, corporate vice president, worldwide partner group, Microsoft; and Eamon Moore, managing director, EMIT