In a recent blog post, we announced that Bridgeall had been awarded Microsoft Gold Partner status in five different competencies: Application Development, Cloud Platform, Cloud Productivity, Data Analytics and Data Platform.
This has just increased to seven with our best-in-class capabilities being recognised with the award of two additional Gold Partner accreditations for Data Center and Enterprise Mobility Management as below:
- Gold Data Center Competency – offering customers the ability to transform data centers to become more flexible, scalable and cost-effective; providing hybrid solutions that bridge on-premise and the cloud.
- Enterprise Mobility Management – showcasing Bridgeall’s expertise in powerful, secure mobility management solutions; helping customers address important compliance issues and emerging security threats.
Bridgeall Managing Director, Stephen Beer states:
“The fact that we have Microsoft Gold Accreditation across a wide range of competencies differentiates Bridgeall as a trusted expert in developing and managing custom on-premise and cloud solutions for clients throughout the UK, demonstrating our deep practical expertise and skills in software development and an assurance of our ability to provide the best Microsoft solutions for our customers.
We are fully committed to strengthening even further our long relationship with Microsoft. The fact that we now hold Gold Partner status covering seven core competencies is testament to the quality and dedication of our team of highly skilled Microsoft certified software developers and infrastructure engineers who undergo continuous training to ensure their knowledge remains best-in-class.
A big thank you to the Bridgeall team for getting us there.”
Bridgeall has also been awarded preferred status on Microsoft’s Content Services Partner Program, reflecting our high-level expertise and experience in delivering content management solutions utilising Microsoft technologies and platforms. We are now one of only 24 partners worldwide with preferred partner status in the Microsoft Content Services space.