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Intergen admitted to Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle

Intergen admitted to exclusive Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle 2016


Wellington, New Zealand – 26 August 2016 – Intergen has been admitted to the exclusive Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle 2016, an elite group of 60 of the most strategic Microsoft Dynamics partners from around 10,000 certified Dynamics partners across the globe.

The invitation recognises Intergen’s deep commitment and devotion to customers, outstanding achievements in sales and business excellence.

Intergen was recognised and invited to the Microsoft Dynamics Inner Circle 2016 during the Microsoft Worldwide Partners Conference (WPC) 2016, an annual event where the Microsoft partner community gather to learn more about Microsoft’s roadmap and vision as well as to get up-to-date information about new products and services that can help companies in their digital transformation journey.

Inner Circle Summit, a gathering of Microsoft partners to specifically discuss and share topics around Microsoft Dynamics in particular, business practices, upcoming product features and strategies to help implement better solutions that deliver results for companies involved in digital transformation projects.

Simon Bright, Intergen’s CEO says of the accolade: “This is great recognition of the work our team does. Through this tight Microsoft relationship we gain invaluable exposure to Microsoft expertise and insight at the highest level and enables us to bring this thought leadership and innovation to our clients for the benefit of their businesses.”

James Page, Intergen's GM Dynamics Solutions, says: "We are delighted to have received this recognition, which is the direct result of the great projects we have been working on with our clients and the transformational outcomes we have helped them achieve across their organisations through the implementation of Microsoft Dynamics solutions.

“Inner Circle membership gives us incredible access to Microsoft executives in the Dynamics space and a unique opportunity to gain insight and provide direct input and feedback. Ultimately, the greatest value of our Inner Circle Membership brings is in being able to apply this insight and drive value for our clients.”

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