Frontier Technology is proud to have achieved the coveted gold partner status in Microsoft hosting. This accreditation lauds our exceptional level of expertise and competence with Microsoft solutions, specifically in hosting technologies. This also reinforces our position to provide the best possible service in managed hosting and cloud computing. To have arrived at this status is an affirmation that we have been running a reliable, high performance and enterprise-class data centre.
As a Microsoft gold partner, Frontier Technology will be able to gain access to exclusive facilities and support, an offering that other providers are unable to do. These resources give our consultants the technical edge when supporting Microsoft products and when integrating them with other technologies that make up our hosting infrastructure.
Our customers, as a result, gain the most advantage of this certification because we are now able, more than ever, to combine Frontier Technology’s and Microsoft’s expertise in delivering our managed service solutions. In addition, our clients can use us a channel to escalate Microsoft issues to the right people who can give the right answers right away.
Being a Microsoft gold certified partner is no easy feat. Frontier Technology’s consultants, who are all Microsoft Certified Professionals, had to pass a series of qualifying exams in application and infrastructure technologies. However, the most meaningful criterion to gain this recognition was passing the customer satisfaction requirement. Frontier Technology received an overwhelming response from its customers, attaining a rating that’s 22% higher than the combined averages of all other Microsoft partners. “We are very proud of this achievement. It is a testament to our commitment to deliver exceptional hosting service to our clients and of their overall engagement with us,” Maciek Kozanka, head of the technical team, quips.
“To maintain our status, we remain committed to our promise – to deliver the best possible cloud experience for the SME market in the UK,” Edwin Wong, managing director, caps it all up.