Blue Logic awarded gold status by Microsoft
Blue Logic are pleased to announce that it has been awarded a gold partner certification by Microsoft. They have been awarded gold for five key competencies areas:
- Gold Cloud Productivity
- Gold Datacenter
- Gold Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions
- Gold Collaboration and Content
- Gold Cloud Platform
The elite Microsoft Gold Certified partnership solidifies Blue Logic’s close relationship to the tech giant. Blue Logic has earned the highest standard of the Microsoft partnership program through achieving rigorous core requirements such as certified engineers and expert knowledge in key Microsoft technologies. Including three competencies in Cloud and has a great deal of success moving customers to the Cloud.
To obtain the certification, Blue Logic has demonstrated its commitment to incorporate the best Microsoft products and solutions to its customers, as well as support and manage the process from their in-house experts.
After receiving confirmation of the certification, Tim Hall, Chief technology Officer, “We are thrilled that our work has now received formal recognition from Microsoft. This partnership will enhance our reputation in the region and gives us the opportunity to continue to offer our clients the best advice and IT solutions”
Attaining Gold Partner status is an important step for Blue Logic in its drive towards achieving more competencies as they continue to grow in the IT space.
This follows a successful year of growth for Blue Logic, including a large increase in staff, which has helped boost employment figures in Yorkshire. Already preceding the 2020 vision of 100 staff.
Several large client and partnership wins, office expansion and picking up numerous industry awards including ‘Best Tech Place to Work’ in 2017 and 2018, ‘Northern Tech Awards – Top Tech 100’ and ‘SME Employer of the Year at the National Apprenticeships Awards’.
Blue Logic have also helped grow the regions IT knowledge through their free-to-attend informative thought leadership events throughout the year, presented by Blue Logic’s in-house team of experts.
The status helps Blue Logic continue to stand out from the crowd in the highly competitive Managed IT services space. Blue Logic has grown its turnover to £7m, and expects to drive this to £15m by 2025.
Expansion will be achieved through an effective acquisition strategy as well as expanding the team with key hires and continued development of internal talent.