Ergo has completed the Microsoft Services Ready programme for SharePoint 2010, becoming one of only two IT service companies in Ireland to achieve the status in Microsoft’s collaboration and content management software. SharePoint gives organisations a web-based platform that increases productivity, reduces costs and improves business intelligence.
Paul Rellis, Managing Director of Microsoft Ireland, commented, “Once again, Ergo demonstrates its commitment to delivering Microsoft solutions of the highest quality to our customers. SharePoint is one of our core products that fundamentally changes the way organisations work. We are delighted to have Ergo to help our customers discover the productivity benefits it can deliver.”
Ergo CEO John Purdy, said, “The Services Ready programme reinforces our commitment to excellence across the Microsoft platform and provides our customers with validation that they are dealing with the highest quality resources and solutions possible.”
The Services Ready programme trains top tier Microsoft Gold Certified Partners for the delivery of optimised business solutions. Partners that achieve Services Ready status draw on powerful tools and best practices developed and used by Microsoft.
The new accreditations come at an extraordinary time for Ergo who recently won the Microsoft Partner of the Year Award and acquired CDSoft. Ergo has already attained Microsoft Services Ready status for deploying Systems Center software and is one of only two companies in Ireland with a premier support agreement with Microsoft, giving clients access to the highest echelons of Microsoft’s knowledge base.
Ergo will showcase how specific business units within organisations can unleash the full power of SharePoint at a morning seminar taking place on 26th May 2011 in the Gibson Hotel.
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