ECS Receives Six Microsoft Gold Competency Certifications

Jeff Brody

ECS has been certified by Microsoft in six competencies for demonstrating the ability to deliver cloud computing products and services to clients.

The Microsoft Gold Certifications allow ECS to provide offerings designed to help customers migrate to the cloud, build data center platforms, manage communications, create collaborative online workplace and develop applications, the Fairfax, Va.-based technology services contractor said Thursday.

John Sankovich, vice president of cloud solutions at ECS, said the company aims to continue helping customers address their information technology requirements with Microsoft technology.

Both companies have worked together over the past 19 years.

ECS previously achieved Tier 1 Partner status in Microsoft’s Cloud Solution Provider program. 

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