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Wardy IT celebrates four year run as HPE Microsoft data platform winner

18 Jul 16

Wardy IT Solutions has scooped up the Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft Frontline Partner Award 2016 for Data Platform, APAC, for the fourth year in a row.

The award, which was recognised at last week’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, celebrates partners who have delivered innovative solutions directly addressing customer challenges.

Peter Ward, Wardy IT Solutions founder and managing director, says the SQL Server business intelligence consulting company is delighted to have received the award among a field of international partners.

“The award is recognition of how we help our clients gain insights into their data assets which allows faster and more accurate business decisions to be made,” Ward says.

“We are proud to be globally recognised for our ability to deliver Microsoft SQL Server Big Data solutions. It reinforces our reputation as Australia’s leading Microsoft SQL Server consultants, trainers and business intelligence specialists.”

The company, which has offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, works with businesses to implement SQL Server solutions offering services ranging from architecture and design consulting to database development and business intelligence.

In April, Wardy IT announced the successful completion of a six month staggered deployment of Microsoft’s newly updated Power BI for community care organisation Sundale.

The deployment provided improved resource management, real-time reporting and increased productivity, providing the not-for-profit with the power of business intelligence visualisation to measure service levels while making savings in operating costs.

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