Binary Tree, a provider of software solutions for migrating email to Microsoft Exchange and Office 365, has announced the winners of its 2012 Partner of the Year Awards. Soarsoft Africa was nominated as 2012 Partner of the Year: Regional Systems Integrator. This is the third year for the annual awards, which honour global and regional systems integrators for the exceptional impact they have made in the market place over the last year utilising Binary Tree solutions. The winners were recognised at a Binary Tree reception during the 2012 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC 2012) in Toronto.
“Our Partner of the Year Awards recognise those partners who have provided extraordinary value to our joint customers,” states Carl Baumann, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Binary Tree. “We congratulate them for helping customers to make smooth transitions to Microsoft Exchange and Office 365 and we look forward to their ongoing success.”
Below is the list of this year’s award winners.
2012 Award Winners in North America
- Partner of the Year – Global Systems Integrator: EMC
- Partner of the Year – Regional Systems Integrator: Cloud Strategies
- Rising Star: Quality Technology Solutions
2012 Award Winners in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA)
- Partner of the Year – Global Systems Integrator: Sogeti
- Partner of the Year – Regional Systems Integrator: Soarsoft
- Rising Star: Ai3
- Rising Star: Dixtree
- Rising Star: Skill
Says Warren Marks, Regional Manager at Soarsoft Africa: “Binary Tree has rapidly become core to our business and complements and enhances our Cloud and migration Strategy. We are extremely proud of our migration team which has now been recognised internationally with this accolade and is testimony to our skills and expertise in the niche area of Enterprise Messaging and SharePoint migrations to on-premise and cloud-based versions of Microsoft’s messaging and collaboration platforms. This will in turn provide our resellers and partners with confidence in our capabilities to assist them with their client’s migrations.”