- 16 August 2012 08:57
Ensyst Pty Ltd — MAPA 2012 Finalist
Sydney NSW — 15th August 2012 — Today, Ensyst proudly announced it has been named as a finalist for the 2012 MAPA Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards in 4 separate categories including:
• Communications Partner of the Year • Business Productivity Partner of the Year; • Microsoft Private Cloud Partner of the Year; • Microsoft Online Services Partner of the Year.
The company was selected from a national field of top Microsoft Partners for delivering market-leading customer solutions built on the Microsoft platform.
The 24 categories of the MAPA programme recognise Microsoft Partners that have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft based solutions during the year.
The winners will be announced at this year's Australia Partner Conference (APC) at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 4 September, during the Opening Keynote.
Nick Sone, General Manager of Ensyst was pleased with the announcement:
“To be the finalist in four different categories is fantastic. It really highlights the great customer solutions we have delivered this year and clearly demonstrates our excellence in providing end-to-end productivity solutions to our customers.”
Ensyst is a leading IT Solutions and services provider helping organisations, small and large, to leverage IT&T to achieve their business goals. Ensyst has clients between tens and thousands of employees in size, across all major industries and in all states of Australia. Through the skills, qualifications and experience of our staff Ensyst provides a range of services, from once-off project engagements, to monthly support services, to a completely outsourced IT&T department.
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