Microsoft Gold Certification
Cobweb has been Gold Certified since 2006.
We’ve always had a close relationship with Microsoft but this
helped cement the fact that we have many happy customers using the
service and that are happy to give us their recommendation as well
as a technical team of which the majority of are Microsoft
There are many benefits both to us and to the customer that
are gained from this accreditation. We get some of the best support
available on Microsoft products when something weird and wonderful
happens, we get access to all the new products and services a
little earlier than non-Gold Certified Partners and we also use
their system as a method for collating some customer satisfaction
Gold certification definitely takes the headache away from
worrying about some of the licensing issues that you can come up
against as a business.
Internally we use software such as Exchange, Lync, CRM,
Outlook, Office and many others for webhosting and SQL. If we are
selling a service to customers then we like to use it internally to
make sure we have a full rounded picture of how it works and any
potential issues / challenges that may arise from it. We really do
practice what we preach!
Our close partnership with Microsoft is critical to the
success of our organisation and services. As a member of a
number of Microsoft’s Early Adopter and Technology Adoption
Programmes you can be assured that we are at the leading edge in
understanding how to best deliver Managed Business Email,
Lync, SharePoint and CRM services, both now and in the future.
Cobweb is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with 6
competencies demonstrating the breadth and depth of our Microsoft
expertise and skills: Messaging, OEM, Hosting, Midmarket
Solution Provider, Data Platform, and Mobility.
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