Loffler Companies named Microsoft Community Connections Partner of the Year award winner
Loffler Companies, the leading business technology and services provider in the Upper Midwest, was recognized by Microsoft as a Microsoft Community Connections Partner of the Year at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference on July 14, 2014.
The Microsoft U.S. SMB Champions Club recognizes top performing Managed Services Providers that deliver cloud-based IT services and solutions to small and midsized business (SMB) customers. To earn recognition as an U.S. SMB Champions Club member, Loffler has established a proven track record of delivering to small businesses the technology they need to grow and thrive, in many cases taking a cloud-first approach to IT services.
“Being recognized by Microsoft as a leader in the delivery of Microsoft Cloud technologies allows us to sell, install and support the products in a “Best in Class” process,” said Ken Meyer, Loffler Information Technology Network Services Manager. “Office 365 allows Loffler to bring enterprise email capabilities to the SMB market and provide superior support to our clients. We are proud to have achieved a 95% approval rating in our customer satisfaction surveys for migrating more than 1500 client mailboxes to Office 365.”
Supporting clients in the effective implementation of business solutions with its knowledgeable and dedicated team of IT and consulting and workflow specialists, Loffler Companies provides integrated office technology and services partnered with leading brands such as Canon, Konica Minolta, Toshiba, Océ, KIP, HP, Lexmark, NEC, ShoreTel, EMC, and Microsoft. Its offerings include multifunctional copiers, printers, managed print services, IP phone systems, IT Professional Services, IT Managed Services, software and workflow technology consulting, dictation, call recorders, and on-site management of copy centers and mail rooms.
“Members of the U.S. SMB Champions Club are committed to helping small and mid-sized businesses use technology to succeed,” said Cindy Bates, vice president of Microsoft U.S. SMB group. “We are proud of these partners and their dedication to driving cloud solution adoption in the small business community.”