Copenhagen, Denmark. December 17, 2021 – For CTGlobal, it is of course significant to have our Azure Virtual Desktop expertise recognized at company level so that CTGlobal’s customers can now feel confident that the best practices and processes recommended by CTGlobal come with the seal of approval from Microsoft itself.
“CTGlobal continuously impresses me by the level of professionalism and depth of competencies on and around the Microsoft-platform. Witnessing CTGlobal achieve their 2nd Advanced Specialization on Azure is inspiring (WS&SQL + AVD) – These are very comprehensive audits and CTGlobal sets the bar high in terms of structure in delivery, competencies and frameworks, securing our common customers success in the cloud. I look forward to seeing many more business succeed with Azure Virtual Desktops powered by CTGlobal,” says Jacob Louis Vagn Jensen, Partner Development Manager at Microsoft, DK.
Advanced specialization is a validation of a solution partner’s deep knowledge, extensive experience, and expertise in specific areas, such as: migrating and modernizing infrastructure to Azure, or deploying, scaling, and securing virtual desktop infrastructure on Azure.
As a customer, you can be entirely sure that an Advanced Specialization Partner is ready to fulfill your request and address all related business requirements regardless of their complexity in the specific solution area.
Furthermore, collaboration with an Advanced Specialization Partner may become a cornerstone in the digital transformation journey of an enterprise, helping it reach new levels of productivity, performance and market share, and further boost its business strategy implementation.
“You may also get more than simply having your challenge addressed or business problem solved. CTGlobal, as an Advanced Specialization Partner, offers our customers holistic service packages and end-to-end solutions with added value and extra benefits. This includes post-migration maintenance, user support, all project artifacts, accurate documentation, etc.,” says Peter Odgaard-Jensen, CTGlobal CEO.