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Concurrency Senior Data & AI Analyst Awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for Data Platform Expertise

Author by Stephanie Siewert

BROOKFIELD, WI (January 12, 2021) - Concurrency today announced Concurrency Senior Data and AI Analyst Steven Campbell has earned his first Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for his expertise, thought leadership and practical business application acumen in the Microsoft Power Platform. The Microsoft MVP Award is an annual honor recognizing technology leaders worldwide who actively share their high-quality, real-world expertise with Microsoft and its users.  

This latest Microsoft MVP Award for Concurrency comes at a time when the IT professional services firm is leading the market with its data-centric, outcomes-based approach to marketplace disruption and business transformation for enterprises. “Market leaders across industries are those that have embraced a data-first business mentality,” commented Concurrency CTO and 11-time Microsoft MVP Nathan Lasnoski. “Steven Campbell’s Microsoft MVP in the Data Platform is testament to our deep data expertise and underscores the importance of data in driving operational improvements, innovation and competitive advantage.”    

Campbell’s expertise in the Microsoft Power Platform and his specialization in Power BI has proved valuable to the broader Microsoft technology community as showcased in his published blogs, videos and regular speaking and training engagements at user groups and conferences. He is also co-organizer and administrator of the Milwaukee Power Platform User Group. View Steven Campbell's Microsoft MVP profile here.

About the Microsoft MVP Program 

Microsoft MVPs are technology experts who share their knowledge with the community and have very deep knowledge of Microsoft products and services, while also being able to bring together diverse platforms, products and solutions, to solve real world problems. Microsoft has been recognizing IT leaders with the MVP Award since the early 1990s. Today, MVPs make up a global community of over 4,000 technical experts and community leaders across 90 countries/regions and are driven by their passion, community spirit, and quest for knowledge. To receive MVP Award status, individuals are nominated by technical community members, current MVPs and Microsoft personnel. A panel that includes MVP team members and product group teams evaluates each nominee's technical expertise and voluntary community contributions in the past year and considers the quality, quantity and level of impact of the MVP nominee's contributions.  

About Concurrency

Since 1989, Concurrency has helped clients leverage technology to fulfill their strategies and improve their businesses. We are a Microsoft Gold Partner, multiple-time Microsoft Partner of the Year winner and ServiceNow Elite Partner. Concurrency is headquartered in Brookfield, Wisconsin with additional offices in Chicago and Minneapolis. Learn more about how we help clients digitally transform operations and manage organizational change at