The inaugural MSUS Partner Award winners have been announced! The awards are designed to supplement the Microsoft Partner of the Year program, and the MSUS Partner Awards focus on US-specific partner impact.
We are happy to announce that Wharfedale Technologies has won the 2018 MSUS Partner Award for Apps and Infrastructure for SAP on Azure!
Since becoming the first SAP Certified Cloud Services Partner in the U.S. in 2010, Wharfedale has been at the forefront of tremendous progress in innovation and has been recognized for much of their efforts. After launching the Cloud Monitoring Dashboard Tool and the Zero Dollar Down Migration program in 2017, CIO Review named Wharfedale Technologies among the 20 Most Promising Cloud Companies in the industry.
David Willis of Microsoft’s US Partner Group had this to say about the Award: “By winning this award you have shown leadership in customer impact, solution innovation, deployment and exceptional use of advanced features in Microsoft technologies over the past year. Your work to enable our mutual customers to achieve more shows your dedication to their success and stands out as a model to other US Partners.”
This honor also comes just weeks after being named by CIO Bulletin among the Best 30 Companies of 2018, helping to solidify Wharfedale as a true pioneer in the industry.
Find the full list of all the 2018 MSUS Partner Award Winners here:https://bit.ly/2tMseUT
About Wharfedale Technologies
Wharfedale Technologies specializes in creating innovative infrastructure solutions for the implementation, management, and hosting of SAP applications in Azure. We are a Microsoft Gold Partner for SAP on Azure and SAP Certified providers in Hosting, Cloud Services, and Application Operations for SAP S/4 HANA.
As a company, we have successfully migrated small, medium and enterprise SAP environments to Azure. Our key differentiator is our ability to execute an economically efficient, minimal downtime migration SAP migration to Azure.
Check out our $0 Down Migration offering to learn how you can migrate your SAP Landscape to Azure at no upfront cost.