Westcoast has announced it has been recognised as a finalist for the 2018 Microsoft Indirect Provider Award. The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology.
Awards were presented in several categories, with winners chosen from a set of more than 2,600 entrants from 115 countries worldwide. Westcoast was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services in the Indirect Provider Award.
The Indirect Provider Partner of the Year Award recognises partner excellence in transforming the traditional transactional business model into a value-based, comprehensive, solution-provider model that reaches resellers at scale to drive usage, consumption, and customer relationship growth throughout the partner channel.
Mark Davies, Cloud Solutions Director, Westcoast said, “we are honoured to have been recognised in this worldwide category and full credit goes to the incredible team at Westcoast as we continue working together with Microsoft and our reseller partners to drive the best solutions into end customers.”
Steve Jennings, Managing Director, Spherica said, “we looked around for a good partner that would help us create the right offer and implement the new tools. Westcoast provided us with much more than exceptional guidance around Office 365 and Azure licensing. They sat down with us to build an entire business case, the client proposition and service selection.”
The Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards recognise Microsoft partners that have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft-based solutions during the past year.
Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner, Microsoft Corp added, “our ecosystem of partners is crucial to delivering transformative solutions, and this year’s winners have proven to be some of the finest among their peers. We are pleased to recognise Westcoast for being selected as finalist of the 2018 Microsoft Indirect Provider award.”