Netrix has been recognized as one of Microsoft’s top Teams partners for the first half of their fiscal year. The H1 Teams Top Partner Contest was launched to honor partners who show the most depth of commitments to their Teams practices. An award that has been given to only four providers, the qualifications were stringent and winners were selected using a combined analysis of various adoption metrics, presales activities, effective use of OCP resources, and strong Teams adoption practices.
Matt Feeley, Vice President of Collaboration at Netrix states, “Our depth and breadth of knowledge across the entire Microsoft technology stack and our strategic focus on Microsoft Teams since its inception, have led to a robust suite of products and services that focus on delivering the best possible Teams experience and the highest ROI on the platform. Whether looking to deploy meetings and voice, gain support for ongoing management, or round out the platform with an integrated Contact Center or custom application – we’ve got the expertise and experience to make Microsoft Teams more than just a collaboration tool.”
“Whether it’s the automation they’ve built to allow account reps to quickly engage on M365 workshops or acting as a virtual extension of our Technical Specialist org, Netrix has gone above and beyond to engage deeply across almost every facet of the Teams playbook,” writes David Totten, Chief Technology Officer of the US partner ecosystem at Microsoft.
Netrix has been a strategic Microsoft partner since 2005, providing offerings that enhance the entire Microsoft tech stack. Since its release in 2017, Netrix has focused on building on those offerings to deliver voice and meeting services to organizations looking to leverage Microsoft Teams as their business phone system and video conferencing tool. The growth of our offerings and strategic service areas have evolved as the platform has and today we are able to service a wide range of business sizes, industries, and use cases for the Teams platform.
To learn more about the contest and its honorees, visit Microsoft’s official announcement HERE.