|By PR Newswire||
|August 6, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Cal Net Technology Group, one of Southern California's leading IT consulting and technology services firm, was recognized as the 2014 Southwest Region Partner of the Year by Microsoft. The annual award is given to the highest performing Microsoft partners that are solving customer challenges with powerful technology solutions while exhibiting exemplary use of Microsoft technologies.
Cal Net was presented with the award at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference held in Washington, D.C. on July 13 – 17, 2014, with over 16,000 technology workers in attendance and representing over 140 countries. This year the event focused on five key areas of content: Cloud, Big Data, Mobility & Devices, Enterprise Social, and Leadership, Sales & Marketing.
"This is a huge honor for Cal Net Technology Group," stated Luca Jacobellis, Cal Net's President. "We are excited to be recognized as Microsoft's top partner in the Southwest. To be singled out for our service and technology solutions by Microsoft is exciting because it proves, once again, we're doing the right things."
Cal Net Technology Group was also recently recognized as the IT Service Partner of the Year by the Los Angeles Business Journal, and has been included on the 2014 Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies, the 2014 Ingram Micro SMB 500 list, the 2014 MSPMentor 501 List, and the CRN's MSP Elite 150 list in recognition for growth and exemplary performance in the IT industry.
About Cal Net Technology Group
Cal Net Technology Group, a Microsoft and ShoreTel Gold Partner, is the premier provider of outsourced IT, cloud, and Unified Communication services in the Southern California market, supporting organizations with 10-1000 employees. Cal Net excels in tackling the complexities of partially and fully outsourced IT and voice systems implementation and support services with onsite and remote delivery models.
Businesses interested in managed technology services can contact Cal Net Technology Group by phone at (866) 999-2638 or visit CalNetTech.com for more information.
Media Contact: Brett Schoneman, Cal Net Technology Group, 818-721-4410, [email protected]
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SOURCE Cal Net Technology Group
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