AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Catapult, headquartered in Austin, Texas, accepted the prestigious award for 2016 Microsoft Area Partner of the Year, South Central and 2016 Microsoft Regional P-Seller Partner of the Year. Both awards were announced at Microsoft's PeopleCentral Conference in Chicago, Illinois this week.
The PeopleCentral Conference is an event that brings together Microsoft Corporate Account Teams and Managed Partner Teams, as well as top Microsoft partners working to align priorities for fiscal year 2017. This year's conference specifically focuses on accelerating Digital Transformation for the year to come between Microsoft and leading partners.
"As partners of Microsoft for more than 20 years, Catapult was ecstatic to hear that Catapult had received both the Microsoft Area Partner of the Year Award, South Central and Microsoft Regional P-Seller Partner of the Year Award," said David Fuess, CEO of Catapult. "We look forward to another strong year with Microsoft, as well as strengthening our efforts with emerging technology in the space of digital transformation."
The recognition of these two awards follows Catapult's recent win as the 2016 Microsoft Partner of the Year (United States). In year's past, Catapult has received various Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards in various categories including World Wide Sales Excellence, United States Public Sector Partner of the Year, Worldwide Systems Management and Worldwide Custom Development in Web Solutions.
About Catapult Systems
Catapult Systems is an IT consulting company that offers a full spectrum of services including application development, software integration, infrastructure, managed services, user centered design solutions and enterprise mobile applications. A Microsoft National Solutions Provider (NSP), Catapult is in the top 0.1% of Microsoft Partners worldwide, by holding 14 gold and 3 silver Microsoft competencies. For more information, please visit www.catapultsystems.com.
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