Transparity have shared today that they have gained a number of Microsoft’s new Advanced Specialisation accreditations.
Designed to set exceptional Microsoft Partners apart and to build on existing Gold and Silver competencies, Advanced Specialisations are only awarded to partners who have demonstrable expert knowledge and a proven track record in their chosen area.
To gain an accreditation, partners must achieve numerous certifications attesting to their team’s technical skills, provide three customer Case Studies to prove execution of the technology, and reach a certain customer revenue for the preceding 12 months.
Out of the current 11 Advanced Specialisations, Transparity have already achieved the following:
Tim Hannibal, Chief Partner Officer at Transparity, said: “These Advanced Specialisations set us apart from other Microsoft Partners, giving customers confidence that we can deliver quality in the solution areas. To gain these certifications we had to provide a great deal of evidence to Microsoft, not only showing that we have technical capabilities, but also demonstrating that our own customers have benefitted from our advanced knowledge.”
Kelvin Papp, Chief Technology Officer at Transparity, added: “Advanced Specialisations are extremely difficult accreditations to achieve, and gaining them is testament to the expertise of the team at Transparity. Their technical excellence is unsurpassed, and we look forward to showing Microsoft more of what Team Transparity can do as we gain more specialisations.”