Microsoft Honors AIS With Two ‘Partner of the Year’ Awards at WPC 2012

At the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) 2012 in Toronto last week, 20 regional Microsoft partners were honored at the Microsoft WPC 2012 Awards. Honorees were selected from more than 200 organizations across the East Region, and AIS was recognized as the 2012 East Region Azure Circle Partner of the Year for our innovative cloud applications at Pandora Jewelry, Bondi Publishing and PSI International. AIS architected, designed and developed solutions that leveraged Azure as a key part of the systems.

AIS was also recognized as the 2012 Cloud Practice Partner of the Year for the Mid-Atlantic district based on the projects we’ve delivered, as well as our ability to support the Microsoft field account teams as they work to educate their customers on the features and value Azure provides.

“The global stage at WPC is ideally suited for recognizing this outstanding caliber of partners with Microsoft’s 2012 Field Partner Awards,” said Jack Braman, Vice President, East Region Small and Midmarket Solutions and Partners (SMS&P), Microsoft Corporation. “These partners have served their customers with such incredible focus, passion, and ingenuity this past fiscal year that we want to share how extraordinary they are.”

“As a dedicated leader in The East Region/Mid-Atlantic , 2012 East Region Azure Circle Partner of the Year AIS is incredibly deserving of this award,” said Jack Braman. “AIS has a proven track record of consistent excellence in its service to commercial customers throughout the East Region/Mid-Atlantic.”

Thank you for the honors, Microsoft. And congratulations to the AIS team!

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Since 1982, AIS has provided software and systems engineering services to enterprise companies and the U.S. government. We invest heavily in technology innovations that bring transformative change to our customers and trusted partners. AIS believes in being there for the long haul to advise on IT projects across your entire organization, to work with your teams as partners with the same goal: total project success, and not total hours billed.