Pan-African telecoms group, Liquid Telecom, has announced that it is now a Gold Partner for Cloud Productivity in Microsoft’s Partner Network programme.
This prestigious accreditation is achieved only by the world’s top IT and telecoms companies and confirms that Liquid Telecom’s cloud services meet the highest standards in Africa and that its cloud team is experts in their field with the technical skills to provide excellent customer-based solutions for Office 365 and Windows 10.
Speaking on this accreditation, David Behr, Group Chief Product Officer of Liquid Telecom said, “Our Microsoft Gold Partner status confirms our position at the forefront of Africa’s cloud. This is a statement to our customers that Liquid Telecom has the business and technical capabilities to deliver comprehensive and innovative Office 365 solutions across the region.”
Liquid Telecom has been offering cloud services and products in Africa since becoming an official Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) in 2017, leveraging its data centers and pan-African fiber network which stretches over 50,000km and connects more African countries on a single network than any other. Earlier this month, Liquid Telecom announced the availability of Microsoft Azure Stack to businesses operating in Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya, Botswana, Mozambique, and Mauritius.
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