Expit wins Microsoft award
Kuwait , July 28, 2011
Expit, a leading technology services company, has won the 2011 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Award for Kuwait.
The company 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're extremely proud to be Microsoft's Partner of the Year for Kuwait," said Khaled Bastaki, director, Expit. "It's a tremendous honour and is a tribute to our commitment to delivering world class technology solutions for our customers through the dedicated efforts of our entire team. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our staff for their contribution in getting this award. We look forward to another year of continued growth in cooperation with Microsoft.”
“We are pleased to recognise Expit as Microsoft’s Country Partner of the Year,” said Ehab Mostafa, country manager, Microsoft Kuwait. “Expit demonstrates a strong commitment to serving its customers and has set the benchmark for partner excellence and innovation in Kuwait, by combining local market expertise with superior solutions and services to fulfill our customers’ needs.”
Awards were presented in multiple categories, with winners chosen from a set of more than 3,000 entrants worldwide. Expit was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services, as well as demonstrating excellent subsidiary engagement in Kuwait.
As the first Microsoft certified Gold Systems management partner in Kuwait, Expit has built a close relationship with Microsoft serving more than 20 customers across different verticals ranging from banking, financial services, logistics, telecom, government, and the education sector.
Expit is also the first Microsoft System Centre alliance member in the Middle East and North Africa. Expit is also part of the Bizpark programme in Kuwait where they are utilising this programme through consultations with Microsoft to develop their technical infrastructure and enhance business growth. -TradeArabia News Service