Channel Islands technology business, C5 Alliance, has been recognised for its commitment to Microsoft technology and has earned nine Microsoft Gold competencies, putting it in the top 1% of partners across the UK and Channel Islands.
This acknowledgement from Microsoft demonstrates that C5 is ‘best of breed’ and offers the highest level of service and technology for the benefit of its clients.
The competencies are a reflection of the continued investment that BDO in Jersey has made in C5 which sees the unified firm providing strategy, consulting, digital, technology and managed services. Significant investment in people, key partnerships and clients ensures C5’s team of technology advisors can deliver success across the entire business.
James Solomon, Partner Alliance Manager at C5 Alliance, said: “Achieving nine Microsoft Gold competencies sets us aside from our competitors and showcases the breadth of our expertise in today’s technology market. It demonstrates our in-depth knowledge of Microsoft’s products and solutions.”
Corporate vice president for the Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft, Gavriella Schuster, said: “By achieving a Gold competency, partners have demonstrated the highest and most consistent capability to the latest Microsoft technology.
“These partners have a deep expertise that puts them in the top of our partner ecosystem and their proficiency will help customers drive innovative solutions.”