a Gold competency is evidence of the deepest, most consistent commitment to a specific, in-demand business solution area.
(PRWEB) September 26, 2014
Only weeks after obtaining Microsoft Silver Partnership, eVision has once again pushed the envelope by attaining the prestigious Gold status from the software giant.
“eVision has demonstrated best-in-class ability and commitment to meet customers’ evolving needs in today’s dynamic business environment,” says Neil Currie, eVision’s Chief Product Officer. “The Microsoft Gold Partnership allows us to offer even more comprehensive support to our clients, while providing eVision with various benefits within the Microsoft product suite.”
Gaining Gold status requires significant effort and dedication: it indicates a level of experience and expertise that surpasses most. According to Microsoft, “a Gold competency is evidence of the deepest, most consistent commitment to a specific, in-demand business solution area.” eVision shows great proficiency in all areas and has surpassed industry key performance indicators. In customer surveys required for Microsoft Gold Partnership, eVision scored an impressive 91 percent customer satisfaction.
Microsoft Gold Certified Partners are Microsoft’s most highly accredited independent technical support providers, and offer a broad range of support for Microsoft and multi-vendor products. This support includes data management, software development, application development, and more. eVision has achieved this prestigious Microsoft certification through a rigorous process, which ensures proper use of licensing, software, and equipment. Says Currie: “We at eVision are very proud to have been awarded the Microsoft Gold partnership, and we will continue developing by offering industry leading products and support to our clients.”
The fast-growing company has offices all over the world, including Houston, Texas. Permit Vision is its most popular product, currently being implemented on a global scale at all platforms of BP and Shell. Many of its customers are in the top 25 of biggest oil & gas companies in the world, according to Forbes.