HBP Systems wins gold for the 12th successive year

By HBP Systems Ltd | Posted: 2 Aug 2018

Humber Region IT company HBP Systems has reinforced its position as the region’s top supplier of Microsoft products and services for the 12thsuccessive year – with a better level of competency than ever before.

The company, which has offices in Scunthorpe and Hull, has been through a rigorous audit to enhance its Gold Partner status, with the greatest competencies it has ever achieved. 

“Growth in our own company has meant we have been able to grow the range of competencies Microsoft recognises us for,” said Operations Director Tony Pearson.

“We have more accredited staff, more technically-trained staff, more salespeople, and more good feedback covering more areas of our business, and we are recognised for our competencies in Microsoft’s Azure cloud software. The award means we are now firmly in the top 100 Microsoft partners in the UK, and we’re a Tier 1 distributor.”

He said securing the Gold Partner status for a further year was a credit to HBP Systems staff. “This status isn’t awarded automatically, and it gets harder and harder to keep every year,” said Tony. “It’s the result of hard work and dedication by our staff, who have every right to be proud of the achievement.”

Gold Partner status is the highest offered by Microsoft. It means the American software giant means has confirmed that the company works effectively, and helps customers with a range of information technology projects and specific products and services. It also meansthe company has agreed to collaborate and establish a close working relationship with Microsoft. 

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