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Six Middle East VARs join elite Microsoft club

Microsoft Dynamics has awarded six of its Middle East partners the keys to its prestigious global ‘Presidents Club’

Six Middle East VARs join elite Microsoft club
Tamer Elhamy, Microsoft Dynamics.

Microsoft Dynamics has awarded six of its Middle East partners the keys to its prestigious global ‘Presidents Club’ in recognition of their efforts during the past year.

CEM Business Solutions, Columbus IT, Isys Solutions, Mideast Data Systems, Enhanced Engineering & Multi-Technologies and INC Technologies all made the grade after an evaluation of various performance criteria by the software vendor.

The Presidents Club is designed to acknowledge the top 5% of worldwide partners based on “exceptional and consistent customer commitment and performance”, according to Microsoft. It takes into account licence revenue, customer wins, support renewal and year-on-year growth.

“The recognition honours the companies’ commitment to Microsoft and their dedication to grow our Dynamics customers across the GCC, providing superior levels of services and support,” stated Tamer Elhamy, business solutions manager at Microsoft Gulf.

“It is important to acknowledge our Gulf partners’ dedication and success in reaching this prestigious worldwide status,” he added.

As a result of qualifying for membership to the Presidents Club, resellers gain a range of benefits, including access to joint marketing campaigns and regional partner advisory boards.

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