Building 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, giving customers the confidence that they are working with the very best.
Microsoft’s Advanced Specialisations are accreditations that are designed to set exceptional Microsoft Partners apart.
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.
Transparity currently hold the following Microsoft Advanced Specialisations:
Recognises extensive experience in providing Adoption and Change Management services to drive Microsoft 365 usage and organisational change. This is evidenced by Transparity’s wide variety of clients who have been supported with their business change and user adoption, plus our heavy investment in training and exams for staff.
Demonstrates how Transparity have built on our Microsoft 365 capability to deploy complex, integrated calling solutions underpinned with Teams, extending creating a truly Cloud-native phone system. We can also leverage our partner relationships to include advanced functionality, such as call recording and contact centre solutions.
Certifies an abundance of successful projects completed which leverage and support Teams, enhancing the collaboration and meeting experiences for Transparity's customers, modernising the experience and providing seamless interoperability with the wider Microsoft 365 suite.
Showcases Transparity's in-depth knowledge, extensive experience and proven success in deploying Microsoft 365-based Teamwork workloads to our customers. This Advanced Specialisation certifies our expertise in leveraging Microsoft engineering-approved methodologies for deploying Microsoft 365.
Demonstrates Transparity's extensive experience and knowledge in deploying Microsoft Threat Protection, Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Sentinel workloads. This award requires at least six individuals who have passed the MS-500: Microsoft 365 Security Administrator exam before they can be considered.
Highlights Transparity's demonstrable experience and capability in the assessment, planning and onward transition of workloads into Microsoft Azure. This requires a rigorous audit, proving the presence of robust procedures, capability and evidence in the deployment of a variety of migration-based scenarios.