Microsoft Awards ECS for Data Analytics Work; John Sankovich Quoted

John Sankovich
John Sankovich

Microsoft has recognized ECS for the latter’s achievements in data science, big data, advanced analytics and business intelligence.

ECS said Tuesday it received Microsoft Gold-Certified competency for the seventh time, now for these areas of data analytics. The award honors the efforts of Microsoft partners to address customer needs via technical alignment.

Microsoft-made technologies support the performance of ECS’ data analytics and other products, as demonstrated by the certification.

“ECS is proud to continue our Gold-Certified Premier partnership and 20-year history with Microsoft delivering advanced technology solutions,” said John Sankovich, vice president of cloud solutions at ECS.

Microsoft has also recognized ECS as a gold-certified partner in datacenter, application development, collaboration and content, messaging and cloud platform and productivity areas.

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