Dell announced today it earned seven
Microsoft Partner of the Year awards
at the 2013
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
(WPC) in Houston, and was a finalist in two additional areas. The company was honored for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of global customer solutions based on Microsoft technologies during the past year.
“We are pleased to recognize Dell as a 2013 Partner Award winner,” said Jon Roskill, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group, Microsoft Corp. “Dell has delivered exceptional value to our mutual customers and is a shining example of the excellence we see in our best Microsoft partners.”
In the field of corporate responsibility, Dell won the 2013 Worldwide
Microsoft YouthSpark Citizenship Partner of the Year Award
for Dell’s strong employee engagement to support digital literacy and critical skills development for young people through the use of unique technology solutions. Dell Software was named Worldwide
Partner of the Year in the Office/SharePoint App Developer category.
This distinction recognizes Dell’s award-winning
Social Hub app
, a free tool available on the Microsoft SharePoint App Store that enables users to view Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and RSS feeds within a single SharePoint site.
received five Partner of the Year awards, including:
- In the U.S. market, Dell Services received two country-wide awards: U.S. Windows Partner of the Year for their partnership across the entire U.S. Windows business (hardware, software and services) and, for the second consecutive year, the U.S. Windows Deployment Partner of the Year award. Dell’s patented methodology and decades of experience deploying Windows systems around the world helps customers achieve a fast, secure, and affordable transformation to Microsoft’s new modern operating systems.
- Dell received the Enterprise Alliance Partner of the Year awards in the West, Central and East regions for its “best in class” characteristics in marketing, ROI, customer satisfaction and loyalty. This is Dell’s second consecutive year to win the award in all three U.S. regions.
Dell was named a
in the Worldwide
Windows 8 App Developer Partner of the Year
category for helping customers adopt Windows 8 and in the
Worldwide OEM Multi-national Account Partner of the Year category
for its revenue growth, development of innovative solutions and commitment to the continued growth of the partnership.
Additionally, Dell Services received a
award for its extensive experience modernizing legacy applications to the Microsoft Platform across a range of verticals. Dell’s unique Application Re-architecture, Application Re-hosting and Portfolio Assessment offerings can minimize risk and enhance business agility by transforming outdated applications to take full advantage of the latest Microsoft technologies, including .NET, SQL Server, Entity Framework and Windows Azure.
Dell was also recognized at Microsoft WPC as an
Enterprise Partner Group (EPG) Microsoft Sales Achievement Award Enterprise Systems Integrator (SI)
finalist and earned membership to the
2013 Inner Circle for Microsoft Dynamics
2013 President’s Club
for being a high-performing Microsoft Dynamics partner
“Dell and Microsoft have a strong track record of helping customers solve real-world problems by simplifying IT,” said Russ Fujioka, vice president, Global Alliances, Partners and Marketing Innovation, Dell. “We’re proud of our collaborative relationship with Microsoft, and plan to continue working together to integrate our industry-leading hardware, software and support services to delight our customers with exciting end-to-end offerings.”