News

Back to News
swcomms secures Microsoft Gold Cloud Productivity partner status
Posted on: July 10th 2018


South West Communications Group has secured Microsoft’s Gold Cloud Productivity competency to extend their expertise in the business IT market.

This competency complements the Gold Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions competency and Authorised Education Partner status that swcomms has already achieved since becoming a Microsoft Direct Partner.

The Exeter-headquartered company has consistently sold and supported Microsoft Office 365 solutions to businesses across the region since adding the product to its portfolio at the start of 2016.

John Holdstock, swcomms’ ICT director, said: “As a business, we are dedicated to an ambitious growth plan in terms of selling and supporting Microsoft products and services to meet the needs of current and future customers.

“Our cloud services team has worked tirelessly to achieve this and our existing competencies to demonstrate our ability to provide enterprise-grade solutions.”

swcomms has also launched its own web store to help existing customers manage their Microsoft licensing requirements while also offering other businesses the opportunity to migrate to our care with the option to enjoy our enhanced support.

This entry was posted in and tagged Communications, group, microsoft, south, west by . Bookmark this permalink.
News
Loganair set to fly from Exeter for first time
  • Routes to Edinburgh and Newcastle begin in July

Loganair today announced that it will fly from Exeter Airport for the first...

Read more
DEVON-BASED SELF-CATHETERISATION SPECIALISTS LAUNCH WORLD’S FIRST DISSOLVABLE CATHETER FOR WOMEN

Innovative and award-winning self-catheterisation specialists Hunter Urology based in Exeter, has ‘Rocked the World’ of medicine with its ground-breaking development...

Read more
Swcomms-energy urge business to make informed judgements on the cost of their energy requirements to help mitigate the financial burdens many are carrying in the current crisis

Swcomms-energy urge business to make informed judgements on the cost of their energy requirements to help mitigate the financial burdens...

Read more