White Glove Technologies Nominated to Microsoft® US VAR Champions Club

Updated: January 06, 2011

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Austin, TX, United States, 02/12/2010 - White Glove Technologies has been nominated to the 2010 Microsoft® US VAR Champions Club

White Glove Technologies announced today it has been nominated to the Microsoft® US VAR Champions Club for FY2010. The Microsoft US VAR Champions Club program is designed to recognize and reward partners for their exceptional performance in delivering Microsoft technology to the marketplace. These partners have exemplified an outstanding level of commitment and were chosen out of an extensive field of Microsoft Value Added Reseller (“VAR”) partners for their leadership and impact in driving Microsoft technology in the U.S.

“Microsoft places strong emphasis on the significant value of our partner ecosystem and the competitive advantage they provide. As a company, we continue to invest considerably in our partners enabling them to be successful in bringing Microsoft technology to their customers,” said Eric Martorano, Director of Channel Strategy, Incentives & Partner Marketing at Microsoft. “The Microsoft® US VAR Champions Club program recognizes our partners for their exceptional performance, tremendous contributions and outstanding achievements in the past year and highlights their commitment of delivering solutions and applications to customers”.

The Microsoft US VAR Champions Club program recognizes Microsoft US Value Added Resellers (“VAR”) that have shown market leadership and delivered exceptional value through Microsoft-based solutions over the past year.

About White Glove Technologies

White Glove Technologies (whiteglovetech.com) is a trusted technology advisor and leading provider of managed IT services and Microsoft solutions for small and mid-sized businesses in central and south Texas. White Glove is a Microsoft Gold Partner and Microsoft Small Business Specialist. They support and manage servers, desktops, network devices and phone systems. With offices in Austin and San Antonio, the company has helped thousands of organizations gain peace of mind knowing they can focus on their business by entrusting their technology needs to White Glove Technologies.

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