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Intergen delighted to win Partner of the Year Awar

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15 August 2008

Intergen delighted to win Partner of the Year Award


Intergen was delighted to be announced Microsoft New Zealand’s Partner of the Year at an awards ceremony in Auckland last night.

Intergen is New Zealand’s largest dedicated Microsoft solution provider, with 200 people delivering Microsoft-based solutions across New Zealand.

Tony Stewart, Intergen managing director, says the win is a tribute to everyone in the company.

“Intergen has grown on the back of our 100% commitment to delivering Microsoft based solutions. Microsoft has played a big part in our success and we are extremely proud to be recognised by Microsoft New Zealand for our contribution to their success.

“It’s also a testament to the strength of our team.”

ActionThis, a Software + Services offering from Intergen, was awarded the Software + Services Solution of the Year award at the same event.

These awards come on the back of some international recognition: Intergen was one of only two New Zealand companies to be named in the 2008 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club announced in July. The club recognises the top five percent of Microsoft business software partners based on their sales.

It has also featured several times in the Unlimited/JRA list of the best places to work in New Zealand. The list is based on feedback from employees.

“Our company is going from strength to strength,” says Mr Stewart. “This award is further testament to our abilities.”


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