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Intergen a Winner in Microsoft Partner Awards

 

Intergen a Winner in Microsoft Partner Awards

New Zealand’s largest Microsoft solutions provider Intergen has been awarded the Business Productivity Enterprise Content Management Solution of the Year in the Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards.

Intergen managing director Tony Stewart says the award, announced this week (27 August), is an endorsement of Intergen’s exclusive commitment to Microsoft technologies over the past 10 years, its focus on early adoption and delivery of quality, innovative solutions to clients.

“It’s also a validation of Intergen’s strengths in Enterprise Content Management, and the result of the expertise and hard work of our team.”

Intergen was also a finalist in three other categories this year: CRM Solution of the Year, ERP Solution of the Year and Software Solution of the Year. And, the company received the Microsoft Partner of Year Award in 2008 and Microsoft Partnering Award in 2007.

Mr Stewart says Intergen has more than 200 staff delivering information technology solutions across New Zealand and globally. Their key offerings include portals, content and collaboration solutions, Microsoft Dynamics financial and relationship management, custom software development, management consulting and hosting services.

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