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Microsoft Australia Partner Awards - the winners

01 Sep 15

Microsoft recognised the achievements of its Australian partners with the presentation of awards across 17 categories at the 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Conference.

More than 1100 partners and 240 Microsoft staff have joined the four-day event on the Gold Coast.

Last night’s awards showcased partners delivering innovative solutions and services to customers, with many embracing Microsoft’s cloud solutions.

The winners were chosen from more than 170 nominations.

Pip Marlow, Microsoft Australia managing director, says the success of Microsoft is ‘completely intertwined’ with its partners’ success.

“These are really tightly contested awards and each of the winners should feel incredibly proud of their achievements,” Marlow says.

“They highlight a commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction through the use of services like Azure, Office 365 and CRM Online.”

The awards also saw Readily garner the local spotlight as it was recognised for its Australia Country Partner of the Year award win, announced at the Worldwide Partner Conference last month. 

For full details on all the winners click here

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