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[August 04, 2011]

Ensynch Honored with 2011 Microsoft East Region and New York Metro Partner of the Year Awards

NEW YORK --(Business Wire)--

Ensynch, Inc., an award-winning, managed Microsoft (News - Alert) partner and leading provider of information technology consulting services and solutions, has been recognized by Microsoft as the 2011 Partner of the Year for the East Region and New York Metro Corporate Accounts. Microsoft recently announced the award winners during a ceremony at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles, CA (News - Alert), on July 14th.

Ensynch was honored among the top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology, and the firm was the only Recipient of the foremost East Region honor of East Region Partner of the Year.

"The Field Partner Awards Program gives Microsoft the opportunity to recognize its top regional partners at a global event. This award acknowledges Ensynch for their extraordinary contributions serving small, mid-market and enterprise commercial customers throughout the past fiscal year," said Jack Braman, Vice President-East Region, Small and Mid-market Solutions and Partners (SMS&P) for Microsoft.

"It is a great time to be a Microsoft partner and we are grateful to be part of the world's best partner ecosystem," said Gene Holmquist, Ensynch's Presient and CEO. "We want to especially recognize our co-workers who demonstrate tremendous commitment, helping our customers attain compelling business results around next-generation solutions areas such as Cloud Computing, Automation and Desktop Virtualization."

Awards were presented in multiple categories, with winners and finalists chosen from a set of more than 200 organizations across the East. Ensynch was the only East Region Microsoft Partner to be honored in multiple categories.

Ensynch was recognized for providing outstanding solutions and services, as well as demonstrating excellent engagement. The East Region Partner of the Year Award recognizes a Microsoft partner who has worked innovatively to produce exceptional results across the business, and the New York Metro Partner of the Year Award Recognizes a 'stand out' Area partner who has exhibited outstanding accomplishments during the fiscal year. Ensynch is a previous multiple-time Microsoft Worldwide Partner Award Winner, including receiving Microsoft's 2008 Southwest Partner of the Year Award.

About Ensynch

Ensynch, Inc. is a leading professional services consulting firm with more than 10 years in providing information technology, business intelligence, project management, and technical recruiting solutions. As a Managed Microsoft Systems Integrator Partner with multiple Gold Competencies and Certifications across the complete Information Technology Stack, Ensynch's passion is in helping organizations achieve business agility through strategic planning and operational efficiency.

Ensynch has earned many honors over the years including multiple Microsoft Worldwide and Regional Partner Awards and consecutive spots on the Inc. 500 list. The firm was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, with major regional offices in Southern California and New York Metro. Ensynch serves growing midmarket and enterprise companies in the United States and select clients across the globe. Ensynch is a Managed Microsoft Systems Integrator and Gold Certified Partner, a Quest Software (News - Alert) Platinum CSP Partner, and a Citrix Silver Solution Advisor Partner. For more information about Ensynch, visit www.ensynch.com or call (866) 367-9624.


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