Content and Code named finalist in the prestigious Microsoft Worldwide Partner Awards 2015!

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Microsoft Worldwide Partner Awards

For a second consecutive year Content and Code have been named for the Microsoft Worldwide Partner for our commitment and dedication to collaboration and content excellence. This award specifically recognises those who excel in providing their customers with game-changing solutions built on Microsoft technologies – more details on our award entry and the client to follow.

Phil Sorgen, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group, Microsoft Corp said “Microsoft’s success as a company is dependent upon our ecosystem of great partners, and Content and Code is a shining example of the kind of innovation our partners continue to drive year after year.” He expands on the awards in his blog.

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