We’re pleased to announce that for its third consecutive year, Metro CSG has been awarded the title of SMB New York Metro Partner of the Year. The Partner of the Year award recognizes continued year over year growth as a company in selling Office 365, Azure and Enterprise Mobility Suite.
This past year, Metro CSG saw enormous growth as a Managed Services provider, taking on new clients large and small to lend our Office 365 and Azure experience. This growth has enabled us to double our support staff and extend our availability to the businesses we serve.
“It is such an honor to be recognized by Microsoft for our third consecutive Partner of the Year Award,” said company president, John Shen, “This victory is owed to the dedication of our staff and all of our customers, we are excited for what the next year will bring.”
Metro CSG along with winners in six other categories were recognized during the Microsoft SMB Champions Award Reception in Toronto, Canada on July 11, 2016.
“Over the past year, our partners have helped to accelerate and deliver Microsoft’s mobile first, cloud first approach to small businesses across the U.S.,” said Cindy Bates, vice president of Microsoft US SMB and Distribution. “We value the continued commitment Metro CSG has demonstrated to delivering products and solutions that increase productivity and help small businesses do more with less time. We congratulate them on this well-deserved award.”
The Microsoft Partner Network is designed to equip organizations that deliver products and services through the Microsoft platform with the training, resources and support they need to provide their customers superior experience and outcomes. Microsoft’s US SMB Champions Club is an exclusive program designed for partners who have a proven track record of delivering Microsoft solutions to businesses in the U.S. small and medium business (SMB) segment and have committed to advancing their cloud business practice. As a member of the SMB Champions Club, partners can further their Cloud growth by utilizing the benefits obtained through their program status.