Midshire has added to its Microsoft competencies by achieving Silver Cloud Productivity status, confirming its position as a leading supplier of Microsoft products and services.
Complementing its Silver Datacentre and Gold Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions accreditations, this new status better places Midshire to deliver its managed IT, backup, hosted desktop, and business continuity services.
Evolved from Microsoft’s Cloud Deployment programme, Cloud Productivity status demonstrates that an organisation is top-of-class when it comes to Office 365 migration and deployment.
Group IT Manager at Midshire, Phil Sundet said, “these recognitions from Microsoft just go to show the talent of my team and I am so proud of them! Their ability to provide the technical expertise required on a personal level really sets us apart.”
To achieve Silver in Cloud Productivity Midshire had to first hit high Microsoft sales targets and the pass two rigorous Office 365 exams, and submit three customer references for Office 365 in the last 12 months.
Phil added, “Midshire’s service is the reason why we excel, businesses feel comfortable coming to us and are more than happy to stay. Now that we’re part of Sharp Electronics Europe the exciting thing is we have the backing of a global manufacturer, so we can take that personal service further afield.”