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Sensei Recognised For Customer Success And Solution Innovation With Multiple Microsoft Competencies

SYDNEY, New South Wales, Australia — January, 23 2017 — Sensei Project Solutions (Sensei), leading provider of Microsoft Project Management and Productivity solutions, announced today it has been awarded two new Microsoft competencies Gold Collaboration and Content and Silver Cloud Platform.

As a Gold Cloud Collaboration and Content competency holder, Sensei earns new benefits and support from Microsoft to meet the growing demand for cloud-first, mobile-first productivity solutions. By earning the Cloud Platform Silver Competency, Sensei demonstrates its excellence in helping customers modernise their infrastructure and migrate applications and data to the cloud.

Sensei also holds Gold-level competencies for Project and Portfolio Management, Cloud Productivity and Application Development.

“I’m thrilled on the recognition from Microsoft regarding our cloud expertise,” said Andy Neumann, Sensei’s Chief Executive Officer.

“By achieving a gold competency, Sensei has proven its commitment and expertise in specific technology areas, which places the company among a small percentage of Microsoft partners worldwide,” said Gavriella Schuster, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft Corp. “For customers looking for a partner to help meet their unique business needs, choosing a company that has attained Microsoft competencies like Sensei is a smart move.”

Sensei helps businesses see the immediate benefits of migrating to the Microsoft cloud with ready-to-go productivity solutions aligned with industry standards from Gartner and the Project Management Institute.

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