Seeq chosen as finalist for MS Energy Partner of the Year
Seeq Corporation has announced it has been named a finalist for the Energy 2020 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award. The company says it was honoured among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology.
“We are very pleased to be awarded this distinction in recognition of our work with Microsoft in serving the digital transformation needs of energy customers,” said Megan Buntain, Director of Cloud Partnerships at Seeq. “Our success is a credit to our team’s investments in integration with Microsoft Azure, Microsoft 365 and other Microsoft cloud offerings.”
The Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards recognise Microsoft partners that have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft-based solutions during the past year. Awards were classified in several categories, with honourees chosen from a set of more than 3300 submitted nominations from more than 100 countries worldwide. Seeq was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services in Energy.
The Energy Partner of the Year Award recognises a partner organisation that excels at providing innovative and unique services or solutions based on Microsoft technologies to energy companies — which include oil and gas, power and utilities, mining and renewables — demonstrating thought leadership in their industry.
“It is an honour to recognise the winner and finalists of the 2020 Energy Microsoft Partner of the Year Award,” said Darryl Willis, Vice President, Energy, Microsoft. “These partners go above and beyond, delivering timely solutions that solve the complex challenges that energy businesses around the world face — from communicating and collaborating virtually to helping customers realise their full potential with Azure cloud services and beyond. I am proud to honour and congratulate the Energy Award winner and finalists.”
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