GIS People has been named a winner in the 2017 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards for Optimise your Operations. The company was honoured among a national field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology.
“It goes without saying that I’m absolutely delighted with the MAPA 2017 Award! To stand out from 10,000 Microsoft partners and be selected as the winner is an amazing accomplishment by my team, our clients and our partners. At GIS People, we take very disciplined approach to continuous self-improvement. We strive to be more creative, move faster and accomplish more, every day. And it is so rewarding to see our efforts recognised - thank you Microsoft,” said Igor Stjepanovic, Founder and CEO of GIS People.
Mark Leigh, One Commercial lead, Microsoft Australia, said, “Each of the 10,000-plus partners in the Microsoft Australia ecosystem help bring to life our mission to empower every person and organisation on the planet to achieve more – none more so than the winners of the Microsoft Australia Partner Awards.
“This year’s MAPA winners - GIS People, Advance Computing, Insync, Avanade, Cloud Collective and Single Cell – have each established a new high watermark in terms of how innovative partners and Microsoft technology can together deliver transformational solutions for organisations operating across the spectrum of the economy and society.
“Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists. It’s great to see such powerful examples of innovative excellence in the Microsoft partner community.”
The Microsoft Australia Partner Awards recognise Microsoft partners that have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft-based solutions during the past year.
"To stand out from 10,000 Microsoft partners and be selected as the winner is an amazing accomplishment by my team, our clients and our partners."
Igor Stjepanovic, CEO of GIS People
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