ITWorx Education wins top Microsoft award
Riyadh, July 22, 2014
ITWorx Education has been named ‘2014 Worldwide Public Sector Partner of the Year for Education’ at the Microsoft Partner Awards recently.
The awards were presented in many categories, with winners selected from more than 2,800 entrants from 117 different countries worldwide.
The award finalists and winners were selected from a group of nominations based on their commitment to customers, their solutions’ market impact and exemplary use of Microsoft technologies.
Hatem Salam, CEO, ITWorx Education, said: “We are delighted to win this important award and to have our efforts recognised by Microsoft.
“The team is incredibly passionate about transforming education and giving students across the region the opportunity to learn with the best technologies available. The technology and support of Microsoft is critical to our work, enabling us to differentiate ourselves in a competitive market and to deliver solutions that will equip the next generation of workers with 21st century skills. We look forward to seeing this fruitful partnership develop further.”
Mark Chaban, education director for Microsoft MEA, said: “Each year the entries to the Microsoft Partner Awards get better and this year we are proud to recognise ITWorx Education as 2014 Worldwide Partner of the Year for Education.
“We have collaborated on a number of impactful projects across the region, helping education institutions to embrace the digital transition to empower educators to deliver powerful and lasting learning experiences to their students.”
ITWorx Education has been a Microsoft partner for 15 years, landing significant projects across the EMEA region. It uses Windows tablets, Office 365, Microsoft Azure, SharePoint, SQL, and Windows 8 to allow the partner to provide customers with customised experiences.
Its solutions – Connected Learning Gateway (CLG), EduShare, Teacher Kit and Author Kit – support ‘anytime anywhere’ learning, and enhance communication and collaboration in the classroom. - TradeArabia News Service