Auxilion CTO wins Microsoft global award
25 June 2014 | 0
Auxilion chief technology officer, Graham Quinn was named as global winner of the Microsoft worldwide pre-sales technical specialist award. He was selected from a field of 3,200 entrants in 112 countries.
“This is a great international endorsement of our goal of creating Auxilion into a global leader in the rapidly expanding cloud services support market,” said Philip Maguire, CEO of Auxillion’s parent company I.T. Alliance Group.
Auxilion is a Microsoft cloud transformation and support company which helps Irish and international enterprises move to the cloud and support their local and global business operations. It specialises in Microsoft’s Azure cloud systems architecture, Office 365, Lync, SharePoint and CRM. It employs 45 people in Dublin and Sheffield.
Quinn added: “Over the last 12 months in particular, we have witnessed a huge demand from companies of all sizes, from SME to enterprise, seeking advice and a recommended road map on their cloud adoption strategy. We work closely with these companies in our New World of Work facility in Park West in Dublin.”
“This year’s award winners were among some of the best and brightest our partner ecosystem has to offer, so it came as no surprise that Graham Quinn was included in that group as this year’s winner of the 2014 Microsoft pre-sales technical specialist of the year award,” said Phil Sorgen, corporate vice president, worldwide partner group, Microsoft Corp. “We congratulate Graham and Auxilion on this amazing achievement and their continued dedication to providing innovative solutions that drive results for our mutual customers.”