Comms-care, now an Ingram Micro company, has achieved three additional Microsoft competencies, taking its current tally to eight golds and four silvers. This success places Comms-care as the most highly accredited Microsoft channel-only service provider in the UK.
Included in Comms-care’s recent achievements are two brand new competencies: Windows and Devices (gold) and Collaboration and Content (silver), while Comms-care has also upgraded its competency in Cloud Productivity from silver to gold.
The Cloud Productivity competency recognises partners who are selling and deploying Microsoft Office cloud and hybrid solutions to enterprise customers.
The Collaboration and Content competency proves Comms-care’s ability to design, develop and deliver solutions around SharePoint on-premises and SharePoint Online, and for the first time provides them the ability to deliver SharePoint on-premises Deployment Planning Services in-house.
Speaking of the three new accreditations Simon Day, Professional Services Director at Comms-care said “Achieving 12 Microsoft competencies showcase both the depth of our ability and our commitment to today’s technology market; it also demonstrates our deep knowledge of Microsoft as a business and its technology. It is an endorsement of Comms-care’s commitment to maintaining its position as the UK’s leading strategic support partner to the IT channel community. We have a team of some of the best consultants in the country in this space and it is through their hard work and dedication that we continue to achieve these accreditations which bolster our channel partner offering significantly. Not only are our consultants highly skilled in a number of manufacturer technologies with many possessing multiple vendor skills, they are also backed by Comms-care’s industry accreditations such as ISO, ITIL and Prince2.”
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