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Galdon Data Becomes Finalist for Microsoft Partner Network Award in UC

October 15, 2012

Galdon Data has received some nice praise from Microsoft (News - Alert) as a finalist for this year’s Microsoft’s partner network award for unified communications (UC). Having already won Microsoft’s Unified Communications Competency award back in 2009, the company aims to prove itself once again for its specialized skills.


The information IT services company is known for providing solutions for innovative business communications, and is a Certified Microsoft Gold Partner, as well as a certified partner for Mitel and Polycom (News - Alert). Its team of Microsoft solution specialists focus on helping customers find and understand the best technologies for their businesses.

For the past five years, Microsoft has acknowledged Galdon Data in its partner network award, frequently as a finalist, as well as when it won in 2009. It has a proven expertise in the design, development, and deployment of Microsoft solutions, helping customers make their solutions fit their needs.

“Being recognized for our capabilities in the field of unified communications is extremely important to us,” comments Fairoz Jaffer, director of Galdon Data. “It underpins our credibility in this area of expertise with our customers and potential clients.”

Galdon Data is certainly a competitor to be taken seriously by any other companies aiming to win Microsoft’s partner network award. Its expertise in unified communications is commendable, although given how far it’s already made it, it seems it’s already been commended.




Edited by Allison Boccamazzo

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