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Koorb named to elite 2014 President’s Club

Koorb only NZ Microsoft Dynamics Partner named to elite 2014 President’s Club


AUCKLAND, 22 JULY 2014 – Koorb Consulting are delighted to announce that we have been named to the 2014 Microsoft Dynamics President's Club. This achievement is a direct result of our outstanding dedication to customer satisfaction through the delivery of innovative business solutions. We are the only Microsoft Dynamics partner in New Zealand to be recognised this year.

The Microsoft Dynamics President's Club is made up of an elite high-performing group representing the top 5 percent of all Microsoft Dynamics partners worldwide. Membership is granted based on business success and growth as a result of continual, committed efforts aimed at offering solutions that meet the needs of customers.

The announcement was made last week during the Microsoft's premier partner event, the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) 2014, which took place this year in Washington D.C.

"Each year we recognize and honor Microsoft Dynamics partners from around the world for exemplary performance," said Neil Holloway, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Business Solutions Sales & Partners. "The award-winning partners contribute to the ecosystem and customer businesses alike through their exceptional commitment and expertise. Microsoft is honoured to recognise Koorb for their achievements this past year and for their dedication and support of Microsoft Dynamics applications."

“This is truly an outstanding result,” said Keir Garrett, Dynamics Lead, Microsoft (NZ) Business Solutions. “My own team and the extended Microsoft New Zealand team applaud Koorb’s on-going commitment to our mutual customers and continual focus on business excellence.”

This is the second time Koorb has been named to the Microsoft Presidents Club, and follows nicely on the heels of recently winning the 2013 Microsoft New Zealand CRM Partner of the Year Award.

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