MDXI Data Centre has strengthened its position as one of the leading Cloud Service providers in Africa demonstrating by attaining the Gold Data Centre certification from Microsoft.

This means, the company is now positioned to meet to meet Microsoft’s customers’ needs, as the Gold Data Centre is the highest partnership level with Microsoft in Data Centre Competencies and is the pinnacle for Cloud Productivity in Microsoft’s Partner Network program.

“Attaining Gold Partner status is an important step for MDXI in its drive towards supporting local companies face issues on digital transformation, particularly in relation to their Data Centre and computing platform strategies. To obtain the certification, MDXI has demonstrated the highest commitment to the integration of the latest Microsoft products, with proven expertise to help customers drive innovative solutions on the latest Microsoft platforms,”said Gbenga Adegbiji, General Manager of MDXI.

The Gold Competency provides MDXI with a competitive advantage that helps the company to offer its customers the most relevant Microsoft solutions in the market. With this competency, MDXI is accredited as a partner to transform Data Centres into more flexible, scalable, and cost effective solutions using Microsoft Azure Cloud and hybrid solutions. This will enable MXI to deliver greater value to the customers with best-in-class staff that have been subject to rigorous exams, proven implementation and satisfaction references auditing.

The new milestone proves MDXI’s commitment to enabling digital transformation for its customers through constant improvement in delivering only the best services with competency levels, including Silver Cloud Platform; Silver Data Centre; Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions; and Silver Application Development competencies.


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