As the IT cloud services industry is poised to reach $108 billion by 2017, companies are seeking expert cloud partners to take their business to clouds. Many companies have understood that this unprecedented growth in the cloud brings new business opportunities for them. Some of them have already chosen large companies as their cloud business partners and are performing exceptionally well.
Microsoft (News - Alert) has named Insight Enterprises as a 2014 Microsoft Cloud Licensing Solutions Provider (LSP) Sales Achievement Winner. Insight was nominated for this award during the 2014 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.
The Sales Achievement program from Microsoft recognizes global Microsoft partners who have achieved extraordinary feats in selling Microsoft products and services each year. Microsoft has recognized various other companies in other categories such as corporate, small business, and original equipment manufacturer sales categories.
Earlier, Insight was honored with the 2014 Microsoft Volume Licensing Partner of the Year Award. This was a prestigious award for Insight as the competition involved thousands of successful, top-tier Microsoft partners from over 150 countries. The company provides a complete portfolio of hardware, software and services to help companies to deploy their IT infrastructure.
“Cloud computing has become mission critical in the business world, and the Insight team is honored to be recognized by Microsoft for our work with clients around the globe leveraging the benefits that cloud computing can provide," said Insight President and CEO Ken Lamneck. "This award demonstrates our position as a trusted advisor in providing the best products, services and support to our clients as they embrace the cloud to help operate their businesses more efficiently and effectively.”
Insight has been offering products from other companies as well. In 2009, the company started offering subscription licenses to serve the VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP). Insight was the first U.S. based reseller partner that provided subscription licenses for the VSPP. This helped users of these licenses to provide enterprise-ready vCloud services