Golden run continues for the Microsoft partners…
Empired Group and its Kiwi business, Intergen, have again been invited into Microsoft’s inner sanctum, winning entry to the elite Dynamics Inner Circle for 2018/2019.
The recognition is the fifth time in six years that Intergen has been a member of the exclusive group, which recognises the top one percent of Microsoft Dynamics partners worldwide, while Empired achieved Inner Circle status in 2015.
As part of the inner circle, Empired will receive executive sponsorship and support from the Microsoft Dynamics team and will attend the Inner Circle Summit later this year, where it will get access to Microsoft Dynamics executives and hear about business practices, upcoming product features and strategies to implement better solutions.
Simon Bright, Empired Group COO and Intergen CEO, says the recognition is validation of Empired Group’s focus on delivering customer centric solutions designed to help clients achieve ‘tomorrow’s advantage today’, while also building a strong Dynamics team across Australia, New Zealand and the United States.
“We’re extremely proud to have one of the very best teams of Microsoft Dynamics professionals globally, delivering world-leading solutions to forward looking organisations across Australasia,” Bright says.
The win is also, he says, an endorsement of Empired’s commitment to Microsoft.
“It is an incredibly exciting time in the world of Microsoft Dynamics, not to mention right across the Microsoft ecosystem, and we’re honoured to be a partner on this journey,” he says.
Cecilia Flombaum, Microsoft’s One commercial partner business applications business lead, says the membership places Empired and Intergen in ‘an elite group of our most strategic partners from across the globe’.
This year’s inclusion in the Inner Circle follows Intergen taking out Microsoft’s top award for New Zealand – the 2018 Microsoft New Zealand Country Partner of the Year – and winning four ERP Project of the Year awards in the last six years.
Last year the company’s Dynamics deals included one with SkyCity Entertainment Group to deliver Dynamics 365 to 6,000 users across Australia and New Zealand, with Genetics Technologies and Public Trust also among the companies using Dynamics 365 courtesy of Intergen.