US-based managed services provider Green House Data has officially become a Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider (MSP).
The certification was created in 2018 to recognise those Microsoft partners most able to assist clients in their journey to cloud operations and IT modernisation. The audit covers managed services capabilities including staff aptitude, customer support process, documentation, system architecture design and customer evidence.
“This certification is validation of years of accumulated effort and experience from our talented team, especially within cloud services and advisory services,” said Thomas Burns, chief technology officer at Green House Data. “We are excited to continue to help clients drive revenue and organisational success while they leverage their Microsoft Azure investments.”
Since its foundation in 2007, Green House Data has been recognised as a Microsoft Partner of the Year or Partner of the Year Finalist for seven years and holds Gold competencies in many areas including cloud productivity, collaboration and content, independent software vendor, messaging and more.
“The Microsoft Azure Expert MSP programme recognises partners who have invested in building deep Azure knowledge and services,” said Gavriella Schuster, corporate vice president of the One Commercial Partner organisation at Microsoft. “Green House Data has demonstrated expertise delivering on next-generation managed service capabilities, and we welcome them to the Azure Expert MSP programme.”
The Azure Expert MSP certification aims to help Azure customers more confidently choose service providers, knowing that independent auditors have closely examined platform as a service Azure catalogues.
“The Microsoft Azure Expert MSP audit was a team effort that highlighted our proficiencies and surfaced opportunities for improvement,” said Daniel Deter, director of Information Security at Green House Data. “We’re more prepared than ever to deliver on IT modernisation, cloud migration, and information security efforts while supporting critical legacy enterprise applications within Azure.”
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