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TGO Named 2008 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards Finalist

Posted by Alan on June 17, 2008

We found out the other day that our company, TGO Consulting, was named as a finalist in the 2008 Partner of the Year Awards.   We were nominated in the Information Worker Solutions — Performance Management Partner of the Year category.   Basically there is an award winner and two runners-up.   Considering this is a worldwide award, with nominees from all over the world competing, being named in the top 3 is very, very cool.   We are all really happy about this as it really provides a prositive feedback to us that all our hard work and early adoption of a technology is being recognized.

A full list of all the awards and all the finalists and winners can be found at the Microsoft web site.

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