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Double glory for Fusion5 at Microsoft Inspire

26 Jul 17

Fusion5 has returned home from Microsoft’s Inspire touting a double success – winning both the 2016/2017 Microsoft Dynamics Services Partner of the Year award for Asia Pacific, and winning entrance to the 2017/2018 Inner Circle for Microsoft Dynamics.

The Australasian business solutions company launched its Microsoft practice 17 months ago after acquiring an existing Dynamics CRM and SharePoint business from New Zealand company Koorb Consulting.

The Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle is a exclusive group based on sales achievements, with entry restricted to the top echelon of Microsoft’s glboal network of partners.

The Dynamics Services Partner of the Year award came on the back of ‘exceptional’ business outcomes, Fusion5 says.

The company says the award panel was impressed by the way the company optimised Microsoft Dynamics to deliver innovative solutiosn that exceed customer expectation and surpass business goals.

The company was recognised which launched its Microsoft Dynamics 365 practice 17 months ago, was recognised at Inspire alongside other global winners.

Rebecca Tohill, Fusion5 chief executive and founder, says the two awards are the result of a ‘serious level of investment’ in exceptional people, backed with rock-solid delivery and support processes.

“We made a huge commitment to not only becoming a Microsoft partner, but to being an outstanding one,” Tohill says.

“Our customers understand the value proposition of the Microsoft solutions we deliver, and we’re proud to have built a team of professionals they can count on to deliver strong business results.”

The Microsoft wins follow two big wins for Fusion5 with Netsuite in an many months, with the company picking up NetSuite Partner of Excellence for 2016 at the vendor's Sydney Partner Kickoff in March and then taking out the JAPAC (Asia Pacific and Japan) Solution Provider Partner of the Year award for 2017 at SuiteWorld.

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