Gold is awarded to organisations that have proved efficient and effective delivery of Office 365 solutions, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Teams. Achieving gold status reflects confidence in our skills, experience and expertise to build and integrate infrastructure solutions in the cloud for Kiwi businesses – whatever their size or industry.
Cloud was vital in 2020
We've seen a surge of businesses moving to the cloud over the past year; this trend continues in 2021. As well as these new migrations, those already in the cloud are eager to learn what they can achieve with existing tools. With the shift to flexible, remote ways of working, it's only going to become more critical to ensure you can be 100% productive – no matter where you end up working from each day. Steve Ashby, Head of Continuous Computing, reflects on the past year:
"We've heard the term 'Modern Workplace' being used for a long time now, but 2020 showed us exactly what this meant in reality. We've been honing our skill sets in the cloud productivity area for a long time, and these skills were vital in supporting our customers - and helping new customers - stay productive in challenging times. We're extremely pleased with our new gold competency, and we'll continue to support Kiwi businesses like we always have."
Jeff Wogen, Head of Digital, adds:
"The accreditation process involves assessments, demonstrating technical competency and positive client feedback. Our focus is always on getting it right for the customer; getting this accreditation is a great outcome which really acknowledges that focus."
Can we help you to be more productive in the cloud? Get in touch.