St. Louis Based Miller Group Awarded Microsoft Gold Partnership

St. Louis Based Miller Group Awarded Microsoft Gold Partnership

The Miller Group, a leading St. Louis-based Technology Managed Service Provider (MSP),  is pleased to publicly announce a second enterprise expansion milestone, through their recent acceptance into the highly selective, Microsoft Gold Partnership.  

This coveted Gold Level Partnership is the highest level possible with Microsoft and carries the most prestige.  This signifies Microsoft has stamped them with a golden seal of approval for their proficiency and competencies as an IT company.   

“We are excited to have earned Gold Partner status, joining the ranks of the top 1% of Microsoft Partners worldwide,” Said Joe Svoboda, CEO of The Miller Group.  “This Gold Partner distinction provides us with direct access to Microsoft product teams, deeper product knowledge, and advanced support to continue delivering innovative, cloud-native solutions to our customers.”

The Miller Group has assisted companies across various industries including financial services, manufacturing, logistics, and non-profit in implementing a cloud strategy, digital transformation, collaboration tools, process automation, and analytics.  Having embraced this long-standing partnership with Microsoft, they assist companies in improving their business with Microsoft technologies such as Office 365, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Dynamics 365, Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI.

Additional Gold perks include having exclusive access to Microsoft tools, utilities, and tool kits, as well as being able to partake in Microsoft’s ongoing training programs (available for low or no cost) and ongoing tutorials.  Firms that are Microsoft Gold-Certified receive continuous online technical support, news, updates, and useful information from the software giant. Even more, partners can get up to 100 licenses for each Microsoft product they want or need to either strengthen their business or deliver value to customers.  Also included are permissions to provide Microsoft-based IT services and products to other businesses or clients, among other things.

It takes a lot of work and proven know-how for a company to become a Microsoft Gold Partner. Before any company can acquire this prestigious partnership, they’re asked by Microsoft to demonstrate their expertise in multiple areas of both business and technology. This includes proven competencies in applications and infrastructure, data and AI, business applications, and modern workplace and security.