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Intergen in top 5% of Microsoft Dynamics Partners

Intergen in top 5% of Microsoft Dynamics Partners worldwide

Intergen has been honoured with membership of the 2008 Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club which consists of the top 5% of Microsoft Dynamics partners worldwide.

Intergen received this top recognition from Microsoft during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2008 in Houston, Texas. The honour reflects Intergen’s dedication to meeting their clients’ needs.

“Microsoft is proud to congratulate Intergen on being named to this year’s Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club,” said Doug Kennedy, vice president, Microsoft Dynamics Partners. “Intergen not only has demonstrated a high level of product expertise, but also has provided a superior level of service and commitment to our Microsoft Dynamics customers, ultimately contributing to the overall success of Microsoft Dynamics and companies worldwide.”

Intergen is New Zealand's most experienced provider of Microsoft based business solutions. The company works closely with Microsoft to ensure it has the best possible understanding of their technologies so it can provide the best solution for clients.

Tony Stewart, Intergen’s Managing Director, said the award was a wonderful recognition. “It’s a fantastic result and one that is due to the efforts of the entire Intergen team. We’re always asking ourselves how we can work better for our clients and we’re delighted to be rewarded for our efforts.”

The team atmosphere is a key reason for Intergen’s success. In the Unlimited/JRA Best Places to Work in New Zealand Survey for 2007 Intergen was listed as the sixth best place to work in the ‘Medium-Large Workplaces’ category.

Intergen is also a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner which recognises the company as an ‘elite business partner’ in working with Microsoft products.


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