StoneHouse Logic has retained Gold accreditations from Microsoft for the 7th consecutive Year. Microsoft Gold Certified Partners are the most highly accredited technical support providers, and the renewal of this accreditation reflects the ongoing hard work we provide.
With this award we retain our position as one of the most highly accredited Microsoft Partners in the UK. Microsoft competency certifications highlight a partner’s expertise and business focus in the marketplace and with this latest award we join the top 1% of Microsoft partners worldwide.
Microsoft’s Business Partner programme recognises and rewards its leading support associates that achieve the highest increase in sales revenues, ongoing customer satisfaction and continue to raise the benchmark in the software industry. It enhances our ability to better serve existing customers and new prospects.
Mark Edwards, Director, said: “We’ve had a hugely successful year so far and are delighted to receive this level of endorsement from Microsoft. This is testament to the huge amount of hard work the team has put in over the last twelve months and we look forward to building on this success as we move forward, continuing with our commitment to customers, delivering the right solutions to market.”
Obtaining a Microsoft Gold Certification shows a recognition for a significant amount of effort and dedication; as it is indicative of a level of experience and expertise that is well above average. It is not simply awarded through a traditional classroom process and to reach the Gold Partner level requires a demonstration of real world deployments in a multitude of Microsoft technologies as well as independent verification by Microsoft.
In Microsoft’s own words, “a gold competency is evidence of the deepest, most consistent commitment to a specific, in-demand, business solution area.” This accreditation just goes to shows how dedicated our team are towards our core competencies, and have the distinction of being among the 1% of Microsoft partners in the world that have attained and demonstrated the required level of proficiency.