SADA Systems, a privately-held global leader in providing cloud computing and strategic IT solutions, has been named a Microsoft National Systems Integrator Partner (NSI). Microsoft awards the NSI designation to an exclusive group of U.S. partners with deep Microsoft technology expertise, geographic scale, and a commitment to helping customers deploy solutions on Microsoft technologies.
NSI partner status is awarded by Microsoft to a select number of partners that demonstrate excellence in innovation and implementation of Microsoft technologies. Only 34 companies nationwide hold the NSI designation. SADA Systems was selected for its extensive expertise in multiple Microsoft technologies, including Office 365, Azure, SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync.
“SADA is honored to be a part of this elite group of Microsoft Partners,” says Hovig Safoian, CTO of SADA Systems. “Having NSI status enables us to further grow our Microsoft practice nationally and provide greater value to our clients who trust us to serve as their preferred technology partner.”
SADA has expanded its practice with Office 365 into Windows Azure, developing new services around Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) in Azure to help clients realize the capabilities of Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings. SADA’s ADFS in Azure services allows its clients across all industries to get to a full Microsoft Cloud model and realize the benefits of reduced operational costs.
SADA Systems is a premier Microsoft Cloud Accelerate Partner with Gold Competency, and was recently named 2013 Microsoft West Region Partner of the Year for Technical Excellence and among top finalists for the 2013 Microsoft Cloud Partner of the Year Award.