The SADA team is thrilled to announce that we’ve been named the the 2013 North America Partner of the Year for Google Apps for Government by Google Enterprise! The award was presented at the Google Enterprise Global Partner Summit in San Francisco, CA.
This award recognizes SADA’s proven track record of enabling product adoption for customers on Google Apps for Government and acknowledges the consistent development and growth of its workforce, which includes 13 Google Apps certified specialists. We were one of the first Google partners to engage in the program stipulated for Google Apps, first becoming a Google Apps Reseller five years ago in 2009, and have since made major steps with the Google Apps platform, next earning our designation as a Google Apps Premier Enterprise Reseller in 2012. Since then, we’ve added other major milestones, including the ability to provide Customer Success Services (CSS) for Google Apps, a tier of services delivery and support defined by consistently high standards and success for Google Apps consultancy and deployment.
In 2013, we’ve been fortunate enough to enjoy particularly successful migrations with our Google Apps for Government clients, which includes the City of Omaha and Douglas County, a migration of over 5,000 city and county workers to the Google Apps platform. Our other government clients in 2013 include the City of Monterey, California and Franklin County, Pennsylvania.
“We believe that Google Enterprise solutions offer a unique value to government agencies, as is apparent by the tremendous demand we see from this segment. The migration of government institutions requires a specific knowledge base and successful past performance, that our team has been building since 2007,” said Tony Safoian, President and CEO of SADA Systems. “We’re honored that our team’s work has been recognized by Google, and we’re fortunate to be able to help government agencies gain the benefits of moving to Google Enterprise products including Google Apps, Google Enterprise Search, Google Maps and Chrome.”