Intech Recognized as Microsoft Country Partner of the Year
SAN JUAN — Integration Technologies Corp. (Intech) has won the 2016 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Award for Puerto Rico. The company was honored among a global field of Microsoft partners.
San Juan-based Intech offers consulting in a variety of technologies including cloud, information security, networks, and unified communications and collaboration.
The Microsoft awards were presented in several categories, with winners chosen from a set of more than 2,500 entrants from 119 countries and honor partners that have demonstrated excellence in delivering Microsoft solutions.
“We started our Microsoft Cloud and Information Security practice only two years ago. Today, it enjoys unparalleled success with tremendous reception from the marketplace as well as from industry partners and has become the centerpiece for our growth strategy in the region,” Henry S. Gordillo, Intech’s president and chairman, said in a recently published announcement.
Dr. Eliut D. Flores, director of Cloud and Information Security at Intech, explained the market’s needs within these technologies and Intech’s differentiation and value proposition stating that: “Most clients, while interested in the cloud, are often uncertain on how to design and execute a secure, scalable and reliable move to Microsoft’s Azure, as well as on how to manage and operate it once there. Intech’s Secure Cloud 360º is a family of products and services that cost-effectively address those concerns by protecting and supporting clients at each step of the process: from assessing their needs through planning, implementing, migrating, managing and optimizing their presence on Microsoft Azure, Office365, Enterprise Mobility Suite [EMS], and Operation Management Suite [OMS]; augmenting the clients’ ROI [return on investment], cost-savings, and business performance.”
“Intech is a prime example of the excellent talent we see in our Microsoft partner community to deliver innovative and transformative solutions,” Gavriella Schuster, general manager, Worldwide Partner Group, Microsoft Corp., added in the release.