EMC Recognized by Microsoft as the 2012 Search Partner of the Year!

The breadth of EMC’s Consulting Services for Microsoft applications and technologies is probably one of our best kept secrets.  EMC has a track record of success in achievements with Microsoft technologies and has been recognized by Microsoft 22 times as a Partner of the Year Winner.  Additionally, we have also achieved more than 19 gold and silver Microsoft certified competencies as well.

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At Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto last week, EMC was recognized once again by Microsoft and won the 2012 Search Partner of the Year.   The award was presented to EMC for its consulting services designed to help customers develop strategies and build applications using Microsoft FAST Search Server.  Using Microsoft Search technologies, EMC architected and implemented a successful enterprise custom search system for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to search legacy content management and Microsoft SharePoint systems that enables users easy access to disparate data sources.  Early evidence suggests a marked improvement in IMF staff satisfaction with their ability to locate important materials for their work.


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