We pride ourselves in our Microsoft solution offerings, and the opportunity to work with our clients to make technology work better for them. - James Watson, CEO of BlackPoint IT Services.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 21, 2014
BlackPoint IT Services, one of the Northwest’s largest IT Consulting and Managed Service Providers, announced last week that it was named Microsoft’s 2014 Northwest Partner of the Year. The annual awards celebrate top Microsoft partners that are solving customer challenges with creative technology solutions while exhibiting exemplary use of Microsoft technologies. This achievement comes on the heels of BlackPoint being named a worldwide finalist in Microsoft’s Midmarket Solution sector.
“We are delighted to receive this award from Microsoft,” said James Watson, CEO of BlackPoint IT Services. “We pride ourselves in our Microsoft solutions, and the opportunity to work with our clients to make technology work better for them. Having served the Northwest region for over 30 years, it’s an honor to be recognized among the best IT Services firms in the community.”
BlackPoint IT has been a Microsoft partner for over 20 years, and is recognized as a Gold Midmarket Solutions Provider, a Silver Messaging Provider, and a Cloud Deployment Partner.
BlackPoint simplifies IT for its clients by aligning its services and technology expertise with its customers’ business objectives to deliver best-in-class solutions. Founded in 1977, BlackPoint provides unparalleled managed IT and consulting services, infrastructure, security and storage solutions, virtualization, business continuity, portals and collaboration strategy to hundreds of corporate and government businesses in the Pacific Northwest. A business built on ethics and personal touch, BlackPoint is steadfastly committed to giving back to its clients and its community. Visit http://www.blackpoint-it.com.
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