Synchronoss Technologies goes gold with Microsoft

Gold medal

Synchronoss Technologies has been awarded Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status after proving it offers the best customer service and is committed to the company's products by certifying its staff across a range of disciplines.

Both its technical and support staff are now certified in Microsoft's Azure technologies, meaning employees can confidently sell the platform and related services, while also ensuring support is the best it can possibly be.

"As the market leader in delivering solutions that secure and enable our customer’s valuable content-centric business processes, we are continually looking for ways to support today’s extended enterprises," said David Schuette, executive vice president of enterprise at Synchronoss.

"Microsoft is a strategic vendor for our customers and we’re proud to further our collaboration with them to deliver integrated solutions that meet our joint customers’ security and productivity needs."

Synchronoss also revealed it would be joining Microsoft's Cloud Storage Partner Programme, which seeks to help partners work more closely with Office 365 and related products.

As part of its contribution to Microsoft's productivity offering, Synchronoss has revealed it will integrate Office 365 with its Intralinks VIA platform, allowing users to edit Intralinks managed content within Office Online. The solution is available immediately for customers and complements Synchronoss’ existing Intralinks VIA Office Online integration.

"We are excited to have Synchronoss’ participation in the cloud storage partner program to extend Microsoft Office 365 productivity features to Synchronoss’ users and their Intralinks VIA platform," Rob Howard, director of Office 365 Ecosystem at Microsoft said.

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