Awara IT has become a member of Microsoft Inner Circle
Awara IT has become for the first time ever a member of Microsoft Business Applications Inner Circle. Only 89 out of over 11,000 partners, working with Microsoft Business Applications worldwide were awarded such membership this year. These are the partners that drive over 30% of all worldwide cloud revenue, and we are honored to have a well-deserved place among them.
Membership in the Inner Circle elite group is based on sales achievements that rank Awara IT in the top echelon of the Microsoft’s Business Applications global network of partners. We are delighted by the successful implementation of the most popular and advanced cloud solutions that help customers reach top results in the process of their digital transformation. Thanks to this Inner Circle 2021-2022 membership, Awara IT will have a unique opportunity to liaise directly with Microsoft executives on the development strategy for Microsoft Dynamics in the region.
“In a year of deep business transformation for every company and every industry on the planet, it is extremely rewarding to be able to recognize Microsoft Business Applications partners from every corner of the world that accelerated our joint customers’ digital transformation and drove unsurpassed customer success,” said Cecilia Flombaum, Microsoft Business Applications Ecosystem Lead. “Our Inner Circle members are chosen based on their business performance as well as capabilities as an organization, whether that’s creating IP, developing solutions, or having an industry leading focus on digital transformation. Microsoft is honored to recognize Awara IT for their achievements this past year, their dedication to our customers, and their innovation around the Microsoft Cloud.”
“We are very proud of this accomplishment – perhaps our most longed-for – and that our achievements have been recognized internationally. I would like to thank our amazing team, everyone who develops Microsoft Business Applications every day and helps solving complex client tasks,” noted Yuri Shumakov, CEO of Awara IT.