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Ignition earns Microsoft designation

IT services company Ignition has achieved Microsoft SharePoint Silver competencies.

The company said yesterday this strengthens its position as a leader in SharePoint collaboration solutions, and showcases its ability to meet Microsoft’s customers’ evolving needs.

“With this status, Ignition is part of an elite group of Microsoft providers worldwide,” a statement said.

“In order to achieve this level, Ignition has proved Microsoft technology success and customer commitment. This involved demonstrating expertise through rigorous exams culminating in Microsoft certifications, employing a team of highly skilled Microsoft Certified Professionals and providing numerous customer references for successful implementation and customer satisfaction.”

“We are delighted to recognise the investment that Ignition has made in the region by training their consultants in SharePoint technologies,” said George Gobin, Microsoft country manager for Bermuda. “The award of Silver competencies for SharePoint is a significant achievement that serves to distinguish them from the field as experts in this important area.”

Christopher Eaton, director of Business Solutions of Ignition Group, added: “Achieving these Microsoft SharePoint competencies highlights our expertise in today’s technology market and demonstrates our knowledge of Microsoft and its products.”

Microsoft achievement: Stephanie MacDonald, Ignition group marketing specialist and George Gobin, Microsoft country manager at Microsoft’s WIPC 2012 event.

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Published December 04, 2012 at 8:00 am (Updated December 03, 2012 at 8:25 pm)

Ignition earns Microsoft designation

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