Transparity gain 7th Microsoft Advanced Specialisation

Transparity has become the first Microsoft Partners in the UK to gain the Identity and Access Management Advanced Specialisation, bringing the total earned up to seven.

Awarded only to partners with demonstrable experience and extensive knowledge in deploying and managing Microsoft Identity workloads with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), this certification offers customers piece of mind that Transparity are experts in this area.

Alongside the Microsoft Gold Security competency which Transparity had already acquired, to qualify for this accreditation the company must reference successful customer projects, have a minimum of six consultants pass the necessary Microsoft Security exams, and be able to show high growth levels for Azure AD Premium.

Tim Hannibal, Chief Partner Officer at Transparity, said: “The team at Transparity work incredibly hard and I could not be more proud that we have gained this certification. Identity and Access Management is a key technology in unlocking secure and productive distributed working which has become so important to our customers over the past 12 months.

“Advanced Specialisations have, and require a rigorous auditing process. For the team to have already achieved seven is an incredible feat and a real testament to their level of expertise and dedication to helping our customers.”

Advanced Specialisations are designed to set recipients apart from other Microsoft Partners, demonstrating exceptional levels of skill, expert knowledge and a proven track record of delivering excellence to customers.

Transparity have already gained advanced specialisations in Threat Protection, Calling for Microsoft Teams, Meetings and Meeting Rooms for Microsoft Teams, Teams Deployment, Adoption and Change Management, and Windows Server & SQL Server Migration to Azure. These are in addition to the 12 Microsoft Gold accreditations it holds.