Microsoft Names Concurrency a “National Solution Provider” (NSP)

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MILWAUKEE, WI—May 26, 2015 — Concurrency, Inc., an award-winning Microsoft partner, has earned Microsoft’s most elite partner designation, “National Solution Provider” (NSP). “We are honored that our customers’ successes, which include some of the world’s largest Microsoft cloud implementations, led to this designation,” said Nathan Lasnoski, Vice President of Solutions at Concurrency. “In particular, we are proud that our expertise has resulted in customers’ achieving significant business value, often working closely with Microsoft product teams as we make that happen. To be named a National Solution Provider underscores the strength of our commitment to comprehensive solutions across people, process, and technology.” Concurrency’s expertise across the entire Microsoft enterprise platform including Azure, Dynamics CRM, and Office 365 — a.k.a. the “trifecta” — together with its business-focused approach and top talent pool contributed to its selection as a National Solution Provider. About Concurrency Founded in 1989, Concurrency, Inc. is an award-winning Microsoft partner dedicated to helping companies use technology to improve their business productivity. Clients choose Concurrency for its team approach, top talent, project-scoped work plans and business value that encompasses people, process, and technology. A Microsoft National Solution Provider (NSP), Concurrency envisions, architects, and integrates across all Microsoft enterprise platforms, including Azure, SharePoint, System Center, Skype for Business, Exchange, and Dynamics CRM. Concurrency specializes in helping clients with their transition to the cloud, specifically Office 365 and Azure. Microsoft has recognized Concurrency with multiple partner-of-the-year awards, including 2014 Microsoft Partner of the Year Finalist in Management and Virtualization; 2012 Microsoft Content Management Partner of the Year; 2012 Microsoft Central Region Partner of the Year; and 2012 & 2011 Microsoft Midwest Area Partner of the Year.
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