Derby-based IT Infuse Technology has become the UK's newest Microsoft Gold Cloud partner.
Established in 2014, the solutions provider also counts Cisco, Mimecast and Dell among their vendor partners.
MD Paul Howard claimed that the accreditation is a testament to Infuse's dedication to its customer base.
"There are many companies who offer IT support but very few are Microsoft accredited, fewer to the Microsoft Gold standard," he stated.
"Our service offering puts the user at the heart and has been designed not only to provide an unparalleled level of support for when technical issues do arise, but to provide solutions which mean IT just works from anywhere.
"Microsoft has recognised Infuse as a Gold Cloud Provider for this reason. We are committed to helping our clients grow their business and seeing their technology as a tool to grow."
Howard praised his team's expertise, stating that they can now take advantage of the benefits that come with being recognised as a top-tier partner of the vendor.
"By being named Gold Partners we can maximise the benefits that clients receive through providing consultative expertise and implementation of evolving Microsoft technologies and solutions, whilst also offering the highest level of customer service," he said.
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