Enabling Technologies Corporation has been named by Microsoft as the East Region Microsoft (News - Alert) Partner of the Year Award Winner for 2010. Officials with Microsoft said that the Eastern Region Award honor is given to exceptional partners (one per geographic area) who have exemplified overall 'best in class' characteristics tied to revenue, customer satisfaction and loyalty.
Company officials said that Enabling Technologies was chosen out of the hundreds of Microsoft partners in the East region for being the company that excelled in driving adoption of Microsoft's Unified Communications (News - Alert) solutions.
"The award validates our commitment as an organization to deliver successful deployments of Exchange/Unified Messaging and Office Communication Server for our global customer base”, said Bill Vollerthum, president of Enabling Technologies, in a statement.
Vollerthum said that Microsoft's recognition of the company’s accomplishments, tireless efforts of the employees, and dedication to excellence to drive Microsoft UC adoption confirms the company’s strategic business plan has been executed according to plan.
Company officials said that the East Region Microsoft Partner Award recognizes Enabling Technologies Corp. for developing and delivering exceptional Microsoft-based solutions over the last year.
This award encompasses all types of Microsoft Partners with the winner chosen from a pool of over 200 managed partners in the East Region incorporating 17 States.
"Enabling Technologies' innovative solutions have earned them the Microsoft Unified Communications Solutions, Instant Messaging/Presence/Conference/Voice Partner of the Year Award," said Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president, office business productivity group, Microsoft Corp.
Koenigsbauer said that Enabling Technologies has helped customers upgrade from traditional telephony and seamlessly connect their geographically dispersed workforce.
He said that Enabling Technologies delivers custom applications that deploy and extend existing communications investments while producing valuable savings and improving productivity and processes.Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi