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Intergen scoop top honours at Microsoft Partner Awards

Intergen scoop top honours in ERP & CRM at Microsoft Partner Awards

20 March 2015

With two more trophies in their cabinet, Intergen prove their dominance in business applications.

Technology company Intergen has been crowned winner in the tightly contested ERP and CRM categories at the annual Microsoft Partner Awards.

The awards celebrate top Microsoft partners who are creatively solving customer challenges. The scale of Intergen’s achievement is highlighted by the fact that New Zealand leads the world in year-on-year growth in Microsoft Gold Competency partners.

Intergen CEO Simon Bright says the wins are also a testament to the great work Intergen is doing for clients across New Zealand.

“We’re especially delighted to win the ERP Partner of the Year award for the third year in a row,” he says. “The project we delivered for NZ Oil & Gas is a world class FMIS solution that seamlessly marries the complexity of an international business with its joint venture requirements.”

Andre Gaylard, NZ Oil & Gas CFO, calls the result “a high quality outcome, giving us a vastly improved accounting system and delivered in a short timeframe, in scope and on budget”.

Intergen also took out CRM Partner of the Year for what the judges called “a mature Dynamics practice [that has helped] PGG Wrightson transform faster and optimise their salesforce.”

Intergen is one of the largest and longest serving dedicated providers of Microsoft-based solutions in New Zealand. It has received Microsoft Partner awards in seven of the past eight years, and has been overall Partner of the Year three times.


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