...it is only through the dedication of our staff that we can continually move forward and be at the forefront of this competitive industry. Thanks to all who have helped us achieve this for another year.
Liverpool, UK (PRWEB UK) 10 March 2013
For the past twelve months, project teams from across the company have worked together to help Mando Group receive this valuable seal of approval once again, which by all accounts is not an easy task. Microsoft are constantly changing the competencies, and shifting the goalposts for the existing ones, meaning companies have to continually monitor these changes to ensure they’re compliant at the point when they need to renew.
Head of Development at Mando Group, Matt Salmon, explains how vital this accreditation is: “we get significant benefit from being part of this programme, including an entry in PinPoint [Microsoft’s partner directory], direct partner referrals from Microsoft, cost savings through licence grants [including most of the MS software we use day-to-day] and credit on PQQ’s and tender responses and it is only through the dedication of our staff that we can continually move forward and be at the forefront of this competitive industry. Thanks to all who have helped us achieve this for another year.”
For more information, contact Cheryl Swann at Mando Group on 0-845-365-4040, or cheryl.swann(at)mandogroup(dot)com
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Mando Group specialise in developing intelligent, enterprise-level web sites & rich internet applications for web & mobile platforms. Working in conjunction with a range of proven vendors and technologies we are a digital partner to corporate clients across the UK & Europe. The 60-strong team works for a diverse national and international client base across key sectors including:
Corporate: Microsoft, Vodafone, United Utilities, TalkTalk Business, Tarmac, Jones Lang LaSalle, Trader Media, Northumbrian Water
Professional services:Brookson, Hill Dickinson LLP, Royal Liver Assurance, Deutsche Bank
Public sector: Health and Safety Executive, Office of Fair Trading, Office of Rail Regulation, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Teaching Hospitals