Dell Receives Four Awards at Microsoft Worldwide Conference

Dell has recently announced it has received four Partner of the Year Awards at the 2011 Microsoft Worldwide Conference in Los Angeles. The firm is being recognized for providing outstanding solutions and services. Dell was also honored for demonstrating excellent engagement across the U.S. and specific regions.

“As the recipient of several coveted awards we are generally honored to be recognized for our collaboration with Microsoft to deliver innovative, end-to-end offerings for our customers,” said Mary Young, Dell’s vice president for Large Enterprise Americas, U.S. East.

The awards won by the firm include U.S. Services-Microsoft Consulting Services Alliance Partner of the Year, U.S. Enterprise Partner Group-Mid Atlantic States Partner of the Year. The firm was also names a finalist for the Worldwide Private Cloud Partner of the Year.

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