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Intergen recognised as Microsoft's NZ Partner of the Year

Intergen announced it has won the 2018 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Award for New Zealand. 

The company was honoured among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology. 

It has been a big week for Intergen who are celebrating both the Country Partner of the Year Award as well as being a finalist in three categories of the local New Zealand Partner Awards.

Intergen CEO Simon Bright says, "This is as good as it gets as a Microsoft partner and we are delighted to be recognised as Microsoft New Zealand Country Partner of the Year.

"This acknowledgement is fantastic validation for us on a number of fronts, firstly, it's a great recognition of the expertise of our people and their commitment to creating truly leading solutions for our clients with Microsoft technologies.”

"Secondly, it's a real testament to the enduring value of Intergen's partnership with Microsoft. Over 16 years we've built a relationship together which continues to go from strength to strength and, through this mutual commitment, we are able to help New Zealand organisations achieve amazing, often transformational, outcomes."

Awards were presented in several categories, with winners chosen from a set of more than 2,600 entrants from 115 countries worldwide. 

Intergen was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services in New Zealand. 

The Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Awards honour partners at the country level that have demonstrated business excellence in delivering Microsoft solutions to multiple customers over the past year. 

This award recognises Intergen as succeeding in effective engagement with its local Microsoft office while showcasing innovation and business impact, driving customer satisfaction, and winning new customers.

Microsoft corporate VP Gavriella Schuster says, “We are honoured to recognise Intergen of New Zealand as a Microsoft Country Partner of the Year. 

“Intergen has distinguished itself as a top partner, exemplifying the remarkable expertise and innovation we see in our Microsoft partner community to deliver transformative solutions."

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