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Microsoft applaudes Fusionex as winning partner

27 Nov 15

Fusionex has been recognised at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) with an award for the forth-consecutive year.

The IT software company was honoured among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation based on Microsoft's platform.

"We are humbled and privileged to receive this award. Last year I mentioned that winning an award at the WPC for three years in a row was an amazing feat, but winning for a forth consecutive year is truly an honour," says Ivan Teh , Fusionex CEO and managing director.

"This win is a testimony to the strength, quality and innovation of our products and solutions.

“More importantly, the win recognises the passion, hard work and commitment by the Fusionex team to make this incredible achievement possible. It is only fitting that this award is dedicated to them," Teh says.

The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Awards highlights partners that have demonstrated excellence in delivering Microsoft related solutions to multiple customers over the past year.

This award recognises Fusionex as succeeding in the showcase of innovation and business impact, driving customer satisfaction, and winning new significant customers.

Awards were presented in several categories, with winners chosen from a set of more than 2,300 entrants from 108 different countries worldwide.

Fusionex was recognised for providing outstanding multi-award winning software and solutions to its' growing list of global customers.

The company has a growing reputation for itself in the area of analytics, big data and the Internet of Things (IoT), and says it’s main focus is to help clients make sense of their data to derive actionable insights.

According to the company, business as well as IT users are able to derive value from the utilisation of Fusionex's products and solutions.

"We are honoured to recognise Fusionex, yet again, as a premiere and top partner of Microsoft.

“Fusionex's dedication and commitment in providing outstanding value for our mutual customers is a prime example of the excellence we see in our talented community of Microsoft partners," says Phil Sorgen, Microsoft corporate vice president Worldwide Partner Group.

"This year's award winners are among the most innovative and valuable in our partner ecosystem.

“That being said, it came as no surprise when Fusionex's name was announced. We applaud Fusionex on their achievements and for the outstanding value that it continues to provide for customers,” he says.

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