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Unisys named Microsoft Azure Innovation Partner of the Year

02 Aug 2017

Unisys has scooped up its second Microsoft Innovation Partner award in three years after logging 240% growth in Azure cloud usage.

Unisys is a gold Microsoft partner across a range of disciplines, including Cloud Platform, Cloud Productivity, Data Centre, CRM, Collaboration and Content, Communications and Software Asset Management.

Paul Gleeson, Unisys cloud and infrastructure services vice president, says “This prestigious award certifies our success in enabling clients to use the cloud as a key driver of digital transformation, flexibility and agility in their business.

“Azure provides a flexible, cost-efficient platform for digital delivery of value-added Unisys solutions that meet the specific requirements of clients and their customers in our strategic vertical markets,” Gleeson adds.

Bob Ellsworth, Microsoft enterprise modernisation and Azure high potential partner program director, says Unisys has been aggressively driving digital transformation with Azure, demonstrating the power of the cloud environment to new communities of clients around the world.

Among Unisys’ key strategic markets are government, financial services and life sciences and healthcare.

Unisys picked up the award at Microsoft's recent Inspire 2017 conference in Washington DC.

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