Content and Code have been made 2010 Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year in Information Worker Solutions for Enterprise Content Management.
The award recognises the company’s achievements in building a fully accessible website for the RNIB. It represents a prestigious double for the company who also won the award in 2009 for Portals and Collaboration.
Chosen from 3,000 Microsoft partners
Content and Code was chosen out of an international field of over 3000 Microsoft partners for delivering market-leading customer solutions built on leading Microsoft technology.
The award honours Microsoft partners who have excelled in offering breakthrough content management solutions. It recognises Content and Code for increasing their customers’ employee productivity, simplifying their access to information and people, and enabling a more effective workforce.
What Content and Code had to say...
After the announcement of the award, CEO of Content and Code, Tim Wallis, commented:
“We are elated to receive the Worldwide Microsoft Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Partner of the Year award – a testament to the excellent and innovative solutions that we deliver and our success in helping our growing number of clients around the world achieve their business goals.
Our solutions help our clients overcome challenges of unstructured content through better knowledge sharing, enterprise collaboration, improved customer communication and increased process efficiency, all whilst reducing costs and minimizing risk."
What Microsoft had to say...
“Microsoft is proud to name Content and Code as the Information Worker Solutions, Enterprise Content Management Partner of the Year,” said Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president, Office Business Productivity Group, Microsoft Corp.
“Content and Code has demonstrated their expertise in using Microsoft solutions to help customers manage their content more efficiently and effectively throughout their environments. Their company-wide content management solution for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) substantially increased productivity and end user satisfaction.”