As managed partners of Microsoft, we are counted amongst the top 2% of Microsoft partners with a relationship spanning over eight years and many silver and gold status accreditations. We are also a CSP Tier 1 Global Partner.
Becoming a managed partner of Microsoft requires commitment, a track record of long-term success, the creation of a team of leading industry experts and the right relationships within the industry. It offers a new level of support and engagement as part of the top percentile of the Microsoft partner network.
But what does this mean for our customers when it comes to assisting them with their Microsoft Products and Cloud Solutions?
Being a Microsoft managed partner means having a deeper level of engagement with Microsoft – Karl Noakes, General Manager – Worldwide Partner Strategy & Programs, Microsoft
Members of the Microsoft Partner Network are selected and invited to become managed at the subsidiary level, he said, and they have:
• Proved their expertise, as demonstrated through competency attainment, including a history of high customer satisfaction.
• Committed to working with their local Microsoft teams to set and work toward shared business goals. This often includes making marketing and sales commitments that align with local and global priorities. • Aligned with Microsoft global and local strategic priorities.”
Recently shortlisted by the NOA for ‘Best Contribution to the Reputation of Outsourcing’ and ‘Outsourcing SME of the Year’, ProArch is at the forefront of new models in global delivery. With representation on the Global Sourcing Association’s Council, we’re currently driving an agenda around distributed agile for the digital age. As thought leaders in global digital delivery, we build cross-functional, cross-cultural teams that are oriented around customer intent and empowered to be brilliant.
Towards the end of 2016, our CSR programme Yashoda Foundation was honoured to recieve the Indywood CSR Excellence Award. The awards, organised by Indywood and The Government of Telengana honour and recognise responsible and sustainable CSR practices by an organisation that has set new standards for other to follow.
Just as we thought the year was over and done with, ProArch’s nominations for the World Leadership Federation awards came good and gave us three more reasons to celebrate. We brought home awards in the following categories: