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Koorb aims for three in a row at Microsoft NZ Partner Awards

04 Mar 15

Kiwi business consulting firm Koorb Consulting has been named as a finalist in the Microsoft 2015 Partner Awards, to be held on March 19.

The company was established over 14 years ago and has offices in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.

The main focus of the business is implementing and supporting Microsoft Dynamics AX (Gold Partner), Microsoft Dynamics CRM (Gold Partner), Microsoft Business Intelligence (BI) Solutions (Gold Partner) and Microsoft SharePoint (Silver Partner). With a team of over 80 certified consultants, Koorb is the largest practice of its kind in New Zealand.

Now in its 8th year, the Microsoft Partner Awards exist to recognise excellence in New Zealand’s IT sector by integrating Microsoft solutions, and Koorb has been named a finalist in three of the categories for which it entered a submission.
These categories include:

Competency Awards: Business Applications
•    CRM - Independent Liquor
•    ERP - Hamilton City Council
Segment Awards
•    Innovation Technology for Good Citizenship - Plunket (CRM project)

The company won Microsoft New Zealand’s CRM Partner of the Year award in 2013.

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