This is the latest competency Netrix achieved, with the most recent being Enterprise Mobility Management. The addition of this proficiency solidifies Netrix’s enterprise computing and mobility practice.
With the introduction of Windows 10 and growing interest in Windows as a Service [WaaS], Netrix is helping clients navigate these changes from end users to IT. The Netrix team is dedicated to Windows 10 and System Center upgrade initiatives.
“With our previously announced Gold competency in Enterprise Mobility Management [EMM], we are now excited to achieve Gold status in Windows and Devices,” said Jay Parekh, practice director. “This achievement furthers our investment in our Microsoft partnership as well as clients who rely on us working closely with Microsoft. We are excited to help assist our clients to get to a more secure and modern operating system like Windows 10.”
“By reaching the gold status in the Windows and Devices competency, Netrix demonstrated a deep expertise in helping our customers in their Windows 10 initiatives,” said Pang Ngernsupaluck, Windows 10 Partner Lead at Microsoft. “Partners, like Netrix, have demonstrated the highest, most consistent capability and commitment to the latest Microsoft technology. Gold competency partners are at the top of our partner ecosystem, and their proficiency will help customers drive innovative solutions on the latest Microsoft technology,”
As a Microsoft gold partner, Netrix is fully capable of helping clients from design workshops, planning, image development to full scale deployments. With all its other practices, Netrix can also assist a Windows 10 project with infrastructure readiness, custom development of Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps, change communication, security, and managed services.