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dsp’s one to one with Steve Ballmer – CEO of Microsoft!

Last week dsp were invited to the Worldwide Partner Conference hosted by Microsoft which attracted over 14,000 attendees. It was an exciting event in which Microsoft communicated their upcoming product strategy for the year which addresses the four most important technology trends:

  • Cloud
  • Big data
  • Mobility
  • Social

This was a pretty important event for dsp – Firstly, we were finalists for the Worldwide Data Platform Partner of the Year Award from over 3,500 entries globally, and also this event gave us the opportunity to really build the relationships at Microsoft that will enable us to delivery outstanding solutions to our customers.

What else happened at the WPC??

Our very own MD – Dev Nayak, moderated a live Q&A with the CEO of Microsoft – Steve Ballmer, to an audience of 150 business leaders worldwide. Together they discussed some of the key technology trends and the role of Microsoft in helpingMicrosoft SQL Server consultants like dsp, not only address these technology trends, but truly embed them into the solutions that are delivered to our customers.

dsp’s relationships which rise to the highest level within Microsoft are benefiting our customers as evidenced by the award winning solutions that are making a difference to their businesses.

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