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DDLS proudly announced it is named as a finalist of the 2015 Microsoft Australia Partner Awards for Excellence in Learning.

The company was selected from a national field of top Microsoft Partners for delivering market-leading customer solutions built on the Microsoft platform.

“We are thrilled and proud to be a finalist in the Microsoft Australia Partner Awards once more. The program that our team is recognised for is a great example of our innovative approach of using training services to enable profit growth and customer satisfaction improvement for vendors, service providers and end users. This program showcases the importance of skills development and certification when embracing the advantages offered by Software as a Service (SaaS) ” said Mal Shaw, CEO DDLS.

The 19 categories of the Microsoft Australia Partner Awards programme recognise Microsoft Partners that have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft-based solutions during the year.

The Microsoft Australia Partner Awards programme winners will be announced at the Microsoft Australia Partner Conference on August 31st 2015.

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