ANS named Microsoft Partner of the Year finalist 2020
Leading cloud and digital solution provider, ANS has been named a finalist of the Microsoft Partner of the Year awards 2020.
The awards recognise partners who have innovated and delivered outstanding Microsoft-based solutions and services over the past year.
There were 3,300 entrants from over 100 countries who have been nominated for their innovations and impact in cloud technology, their investment in skills and partner competencies, and entrepreneurial spirit.
ANS received special recognition from the judges for their impact and value demonstrated over the past 12 months.
As a leading Azure Expert MSP, ANS onboarded 65 Azure customers & grew ACR by 570%.
FY20 saw ANS invest heavily in data science roles and new data, IoT and AI solutions. ANS also entered a new market with the acquisition of award–winning Dynamics 365 partner, Alithya UK which uniquely placed the company in the market to deliver genuine end-to-end digital transformation.
Speaking of the awards, Gavriella Schuster, Corporate Vice President of One Commercial Partner at Microsoft said, “It is an honour to recognise the winners and finalists of the 2020 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards. These partners go above and beyond, delivering timely solutions that solve the complex challenges that businesses around the world face – from communicating and collaborating virtually to helping customers realise their full potential with Azure cloud services and beyond. I am proud to honour and congratulate each winner and finalist.”
Paul Shannon, CEO at ANS added, “I am absolutely delighted ANS has been named a finalist for the Partner of the Year awards. Three years ago, we bet our business on Microsoft and invested heavily in the time and skills to become one of the best Azure technical experts in the UK. Specifically, over the last 12 months, we’ve honed our approach to deliver real business outcomes which solve specific business challenges, and this has really resonated with our customers.”
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