Achieving recognition from our partners is something TSG is incredibly proud of. So much so that we’re not afraid to show off a bit.
When it comes to Microsoft we pretty much sit at the top of the class – you could say we’re the teacher’s pet!
So what gives us the right to make a statement as bold as that then?
Well of the 640,000 members in Microsoft’s Global Partner Network less than 1% are distinguished enough to hold one of Microsoft’s highest “best in class” honour - a Gold Competency.
TSG has SEVEN of them!
- Collaboration & Content
- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
- Midmarket Solution Provider
- Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions
- Cloud Productivity
Because so many customers rely heavily on Microsoft’s product stack it’s crucial that you’re comfortable that you have the right support from trusted experts who are committed to helping you get the most out of Microsoft’s portfolio of products.
Having seven Gold Competencies shows that the professionalism and knowledge of TSG’s staff is not only of the highest quality as expected by our customers but it is also at a level high enough to receive the highest accolade possible from Microsoft.
Impressive right? … THERE’S MORE!
Because we’re so clued up on Microsoft’s products they’ve invited TSG on to their UK Advisory Council for key partners AND we’re one of only TWO UK business honoured with a seat at their 27 strong Global Advisory Council.
The Global Partner Advisory Council gives us a great chance to talk to other large partners from around the world and represent YOU - our customers - directly in front of Microsoft.
It’s the perfect platform to feedback to Microsoft what we see amongst their product stack working well or not for our customers. So there’s an opportunity to influence the development and delivery of their products ultimately improving the experience for our customers.
All of this recognition shows how much TSG are valued by Microsoft as a key partner and are seen to have a suitably influential audience of great businesses to help drive their technologies in the direction that will help the businesses using them to grow.
So if you’re not speaking to TSG about the technologies that could help drive your business forward the only question you really have to ask yourself is “Why not?”