Austin, TX, July 24, 2017 – Snow Software congratulates its Gold Partner Civica for winning the prestigious Microsoft Worldwide SAM Partner of the Year Award. Civica’s accolade is the fifth consecutive win for an accredited Snow Software partner in a closely fought annual contest for the Software Asset Management services category.
Stewart Mcluskey, Director, Software & Infrastructure Services Civica commented: “We’re delighted to receive this Microsoft award, which truly reflects Civica’s commitment to providing the very best SAM solutions to our customers; saving them money, reducing risk and working in partnership to choose and adopt cloud technologies which deliver real benefits and help support transformation projects. I’d also like to thank the whole team at Snow for their support and the crucial role they play in our SAM business.”
Urban Bucht, Vice President Alliances at Snow Software added: “For the fifth year in a row, a Snow partner has secured the highest industry recognition for SAM excellence at Microsoft’s worldwide partner conference. We will continue to work closely with leading partners such as Civica to unlock savings and efficiencies and enable customers to thrive and drive digital transformation.”
Civica – one of Snow’s highest-performing regional partners – has delivered a range of targeted SAM Services since 2008, with SAM Services delivered to over 130 organisations, optimising the software licensing on more than 500,000 devices. The company aims to take SAM beyond compliancy reporting and contractual cost savings, and enable customers to make use of the wealth of valuable data available to improve decision making and agility within organisations.
About Civica Group
Civica (www.civica.com) is a market-leading specialist in business critical software applications, digital solutions and outsourcing services that help teams and organisations around the world to transform the way they work. Combining exceptional customer focus, experience and commitment, Civica supplies more than 2,000 major organisations in 10 countries around the world.