Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for a Second Year

Project Hosts, the leading provider of on demand Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) solutions, renewed its relationship with Microsoft Corporation as a Gold Certified Partner for the 2008/2009 program year. The Gold Certified level indicates partners who have demonstrated proven expertise in multiple Microsoft technologies.

“As the leading provider of on demand Microsoft EPM services, we value our continually evolving partnership with Microsoft,” says Terry Erisman, vice president of marketing and business development for Project Hosts. “This is our second year at the Gold certified level and the fifth year as a Microsoft partner. Our close collaboration with Microsoft allows us to work closely with their technical experts and enjoy the benefits of ongoing joint promotional programs including our involvement supporting the EPMConnect program.”

Only a small number of the tens of thousands of Microsoft partners worldwide are ever elevated to Gold Certified status. As part of the certification process, Project Hosts was awarded four Microsoft partner competencies for the coming twelve months:

  • Information Worker with the Enterprise Project Management Specialization
  • Advanced Infrastructure Solutions with the Hosting Solutions Specialization
  • Network Infrastructure Solutions
  • Microsoft Business Solutions with the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Specialization

In addition to demonstrating technical competency in the underlying Microsoft technologies, Project Hosts provided customer reference for the Microsoft Partner Program that demonstrated success in supplying Microsoft EPM and CRM solutions to organizations worldwide.

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