Microsoft Partner of the Year: Invensys

12 07 2011

I was really thrilled to hear that Invensys had won Microsoft’s “Industry Partner of the Year” 2011 Award! Invensys is an amazing company and an excellent Microsoft partner and I am humbled & privileged to have been part of the core Invensys-Microsoft partner/alliance team for nearly 4 years, until my recent move to a new role (on April 11th 2011). It was indeed a great experience to work with very generous, fine and super talented folks at Invensys. The award will bestowed during a keynote at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Los Angeles.  Congratulations Invensys and the partner alliance team- great job!

Read about the award and the official press release and visit the Worldwide Partner Conference site.

Award: Alliance ISV Industry Partner of the Year

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About Invensys

Invensys Operations Management is a Microsoft Global Alliance partner focusing on Manufacturing & Resources and Consumer Goods industries, with solutions that are used by more than 40,000 clients around the world in over 200,000 plants and facilities. The partnership which extends for over two decades, has developed leading solutions that are 100% on Microsoft platform and has continuously risen the bar on technology adoption. Just this year, Invensys Operations Management has worked on developments on Microsoft Windows Azure and Windows Phone 7, further promising additional benefits to new and existing users. From a sales perspective, Invensys Operations Management also delivered great results through a dedicated business development team aligned with Microsoft’s industry teams, engaging on account planning and sales activities. In addition, the partnership has allowed a high level of engagement on joint marketing activities, trainings, customer briefings and publishing success stories. Invensys Operations Management relationship with Microsoft has shifted from a technology incubation mode to an execution mode, making them a key global partner for Microsoft.

The longest high-speed rail line in the world operates on Invensys’ ArchestrA System




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