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A second Microsoft Learning Partner of the Year award for Australian learning provider DDLS

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DDLS (Dimension Data Learning Solutions) today announced that it has been selected as a winner at the prestigious MAPA 2013 awards. The company has been presented with the Microsoft Australia Partner Award for Learning Partner of the Year, for the second year in a row.

The DDLS Team collect the award from Microsoft's Pip Marlow and Dean Swan
The DDLS Team collect the award from Microsoft's Pip Marlow and Dean Swan 

The Microsoft Australia Partner Awards recognise Microsoft partners that have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft-based solutions during the past year.

The award was presented at the Microsoft Australian Partner Conference in Cairns by Pip Marlow, Managing Director of Microsoft Australia, and Dean Swan, Microsoft’s Business & Development Director.

Receiving the award for DDLS, Microsoft Product Manager, Gary Duffield said: “We are so excited to accept the MAPA 2013 award. It is fantastic recognition of the hard work the team at DDLS have put in. Ensuring we are ready to bring both innovation and the latest in Microsoft learning to market quickly is critical to us, to Microsoft and to our mutual customers. By investing in our facilities and our trainers we are consistently the first to market with new products and certifications.”

As the largest IT training organisation in Australia, DDLS has a significant role to play in providing thought leadership around the journey to the cloud. DDLS delivers training solutions and certification for Microsoft technologies and services, including Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Office 2013, SQL Server 2012, Azure and System Center 2012.

 “We are delighted to again award DDLS the MAPA award for Learning Partners. The award recognises the work the team at DDLS has done to bring cloud, services and technical training to market. Helping our shared customers achieve their business objectives through best in class learning,” said Dean Swan.

“We thank Microsoft for this continued recognition and for Microsoft’s leadership in delivering the technologies and services on which we base our learning solutions. We also thank the DDLS team and our clients, who have made this achievement possible,” added Duffield.

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