WGM Associates, a Scottsdale-based information technology consulting, security and application development firm, was recognized by Microsoft as a “Small to Midsized Business Champion” at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.
The Microsoft U.S. SMB Champions Club recognizes top performing partners that deliver cloud-based IT services and solutions to small and midsized business (SMB) customers. To earn recognition as an U.S. SMB Champions Club member, WGM Associates established a proven track record of delivering small to midsized businesses with the technology they need to grow and thrive, in many cases taking a cloud-first approach to IT services.
WGM Associates is a local provider of consulting, security, managed IT services and application development for Arizona-based small- and medium-sized businesses. WGM’s leadership team plays an integral role in all IT decisions including technology platforms, information governance, regulatory compliance, strategic initiatives, future requirements and budgetary planning. WGM remotely monitors and manages critical systems 24×7 throughout the Southwest via its network operations center based in Scottsdale.
“WGM is 100 percent focused on helping small to midsized businesses manage their complex IT needs,” said Steve Davis, president of WGM Associates. “We are pleased that our efforts are helping businesses succeed and have been recognized by a technology pioneer like Microsoft.”
“Members of the U.S. SMB Champions Club are committed to helping small and midsized businesses use technology to succeed,” added Cindy Bates, vice president of Microsoft U.S. SMB group. “We are proud of these partners and their dedication to driving cloud solution adoption in the small business community.”
The Microsoft U.S. SMB Champions Club program offers members the support they need to grow their cloud services business, with incremental benefits above those earned through the Microsoft Partner Network. Benefits include a dedicated partner account manager, who is focused on helping partners to grow their Microsoft business with SMB customers; marketing development funds to help partners promote their business, services and Microsoft solutions.