Mississauga’s ProServeIT Takes Microsoft’s Winning Together IMPACT Award

Mississauga-based ProServeIT, a professional services company serving the North American technology market has won the 2014 Microsoft Canada Winning Together IMPACT Award. The award recognizes partners who define innovation in technology and have been trailblazers in the “Cloud First, Mobile First” world.

Microsoft Canada presented the awards in 14 categories on July 13 at the World Partner Conference (WPC) in Washington D.C. Winners were selected based on the “outstanding work the companies provided to their customers and community.”

“It is an exciting time to be a technology partner in Canada and we congratulate all the IMPACT Award winners who have re-defined what innovation in technology means in a Cloud First, Mobile First world,” said Microsoft Canada’s Jason Brommet. “Microsoft continues to work with partners to lead innovative solutions in the industry and provide them with the strategy to help transform their business.”

This year the IMPACT Awards recognized partners who created “the most innovative and comprehensive solutions that empowered customers to be more agile, efficient, and profitable.”

ProServeIT said it was honoured to be recognized by Microsoft. “This award recognizes the success in our partner to partner business model,”  said Eric Sugar, VP of sales and marketing. “Working with partners Bell Canada and Rogers Communications, our team has been able to drive customer adoption of the Microsoft Office 365 Cloud platform.”

Headquartered in Mississauga Ontario, with offices in VancouverCalgary and FrederictonParis, and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, ProServeIT specializes in helping clients deploy and manage complex multi-vendor technology solutions.