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Intergen joins Microsoft VIP club

15 Jul 10

IT services company Intergen has been honoured by Microsoft at its Worldwide Partner Conference in the US this week for its work with Microsoft Dynamics.

Intergen has become the only New Zealand Microsoft partner to be admitted to the 2010 Inner Circle, “an elite group of the most strategic Microsoft Dynamics partners from across the globe”. The group represents the top 5% of Microsoft Dynamics partners worldwide

Doug Kennedy, Vice President of Microsoft Dynamics Partners, said, “We’re excited to recognise Intergen as a leader in the Microsoft Dynamics partner community for promoting and delivering solutions that drive customer success. By providing the highest level of sales and innovation, customers can have absolute assurance they are dealing with the ‘best of the best’ when working with Intergen. Intergen plays a very important role in the growth and success of Microsoft Dynamics.”

Intergen was recently named Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for New Zealand.

Intergen COO, Simon Bright, added, “Intergen is absolutely delighted to achieve both President’s Club and Inner Circle status. The fact that this news comes so soon after the announcement of Intergen as Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for New Zealand makes it an especially great time of celebration for us.

“This recognition is a direct reflection of the passion and drive of our staff to deliver world class Dynamics solutions to our customers,” he continues. “We’re proud to be leading the way in the Microsoft Dynamics space on the global stage, and Microsoft’s acknowledgement of this through President’s Club and Inner Circle status truly validates our commitment to being the very best in the delivery of Microsoft Dynamics solutions, on Australasian shores and beyond.”

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