IT services firm Magenium Solutions, based in Wheaton, said it has achieved a Gold Communications Competency in the Microsoft Partner Network, demonstrating its ability to meet Microsoft customers' evolving needs in today's dynamic business environment.
To earn a Microsoft gold competency, organizations must complete a set of tests to prove their level of technology expertise, submit customer references and demonstrate their commitment to customer satisfaction by participating in an annual survey.
Magenium Solutions is a Chicago-based IT services firm that delivers a wide-range of business focused technology solutions that improve operational efficiencies, enhance customer service and align with corporate growth strategies. In addition to the Microsoft Gold Communications competency, Magenium also holds Microsoft Silver competencies in Collaboration & Content, Customer Relationship Management, Management & Virtualization and Messaging.
"We are excited about attaining the Microsoft Gold competency in the area of communications. This designation showcases our expertise and commitment to the Microsoft Unified Communications products," said Tom Egan, vice president of services, Magenium Solutions. "Our goal is to help our customers achieve success by providing a simple cost effective platform that enables them to have a consistent single client experience for presence, instant messaging, voice, video and a great meeting experience. The Microsoft Gold Communications competency demonstrates our expertise in delivering these solutions."
The Microsoft gold competency signifies to the market that a company has demonstrated the highest level of skill and achievement within a given technology specialization. All of the Microsoft competencies are designed to help differentiate a partner's specific technology capabilities, helping customers find solution providers quickly and easily. Each competency has a unique set of requirements and benefits, formulated to accurately represent the specific skills and services that partners bring to the industry. To achieve a competency, partners must demonstrate and maintain a significantly more rigorous set of requirements than are required for other competencies.