Content+Cloud achieves Microsoft Azure Expert MSP status  

Content+Cloud has achieved Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Provider (MSP) status.

Content+Cloud successfully passed the Microsoft Azure Expert MSP audit, undertaken by a third-party assessor.

Content+Cloud CEO Peter Sweetbaum said: “We’re delighted to have not only met, but exceeded, the standard to join the Azure Expert MSP programme, moreover that the audit process highlighted our harmonious proposition across our Azure service offering.”

Nick Isherwood, Azure Product Director at Content+Cloud, said: “Achieving Microsoft Azure Expert MSP status is a landmark for everyone at Content+Cloud as it validates the extensive Azure capabilities and services the team has developed over the last decade.

“In this time, we’ve been able to build a world-class Azure Cloud Centre of Excellence, delivering cloud-centric transformation to clients large and small, across the public and private sectors, and in a variety of diverse industries. Our portfolio supports clients from initial Azure adoption through to ongoing management and optimisation to support their digital transformation agenda.

“Gaining this level of recognition from Microsoft is testament to the quality and commitment of Content+Cloud’s people, who live and breathe our clients’ success.

“I’m hugely excited by the opportunities that our Azure Expert MSP status will bring not only to us, but also to our clients, who’ll benefit the most from the assurance that we are regularly audited against best practice and continually driving our proposition forward.”

Peter Sweetbaum added: “The Azure Expert MSP is an accreditation awarded only to the most credible Microsoft partners that have invested in the extensive skills, tooling and organisational design and processes, enabling them to deliver Azure managed services. This is a tremendous achievement for Content+Cloud, and is testament to the team, led by Nick Isherwood, that has brought our Azure practice and offerings to a new level.”

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