Microsoft awards Pulse Mining landmark competency
Pulse Mining Systems has become one of the first Microsoft Partners in Australia to achieve the Intelligence Systems competency.
In addition to renewing their Silver Partnership with Microsoft, Pulse Mining Systems has become one of the first organisations in Australia to achieve the newly offered Intelligent Systems competency.
The Microsoft Partner Network launched the new Intelligent Systems Competency in January 2014. The competency has been designed to promote organisations that have expertise in developing or implementing end-to-end intelligent systems solutions.
Project Portfolio Manager, Nicholas Rayner commented “This is a great opportunity for Pulse Mining to showcase its talent in developing solutions based on emerging technologies such as the Microsoft Azure Intelligent Systems Service”.
Over the last 12 months Pulse Mining Systems has placed a strategic emphasis on the provision of intelligent system solutions to clients. Specifically, they aim to provide greater visibility and insights into key operational data from their core product offering Pulse Mining ERP, and a range of disparate data sources and devices.
In order to continue providing clients with innovative solutions, Pulse Mining utilises the technological advances available from the Microsoft Partner Network , such as their ongoing Microsoft Silver Partnership.
The partnership provides both Pulse Mining Systems and clients with access to the latest Microsoft technology offerings and services.
The Silver competency represents Pulse Mining Systems consistent capability, expertise and commitment in the areas of application development, business intelligence, application integration, data platforms and intelligent systems.
The Microsoft Partner Network is the single largest technology partner program in the world, with over 640,000 partners.