SSB recognized as Microsoft US Public Sector 2017 Partner of the Year Award Winner for Education

“We are honored to recognize SSB as a recipient of Microsoft’s US Public Sector 2017 Partner of the Year Award,” Gail Thomas, Vice President, US Public Sector, Microsoft.

As it continues to help education institutions manage and structure data from all sources to address the important issues of constituent and internal engagement, full lifecycle management, and consistency in communications, SSB today proudly announced it has won the Microsoft US Public Sector 2017 Partner of the Year Award. Microsoft’s US Public Sector 2017 Partner of the Year Award recognizes SSB for exemplary commitment to Microsoft and to the Education field.

“This is a great honor and reflects the effort and expertise SSB has brought to the evolution of utilizing a robust approach to managing data to drive results in the Education category,” said SSB Senior Partner Bryan Smith. “The foundational data platform SSB has created and optimized for Education is enhanced by the power of Microsoft Azure.”

Winners were chosen from more than 100 organizations across the US Public Sector segment areas they serve.

The Microsoft US Public Sector 2017 Partner of the Year Awards honor partners that have demonstrated business excellence in delivering Microsoft solutions to multiple customers over the past year. This award recognizes SSB as succeeding in effective engagement with its local Microsoft office while showcasing innovation and business impact, driving customer satisfaction, and winning new customers.

SSB helps Higher Education institutions achieve a higher level of engagement with their varied audiences by capturing, standardizing, cleaning, integrating, and reporting on data that is combined from any number of disparate sources and structured for use by any number of outputs, such as automated marketing, email management, operational evaluations, and much more. This creates active and actionable business intelligence that allows the institution to ensure that it is delivering the right message, at the right time, to the right person, while also improving the speed and quality of decision making, eliminating communication silos, and aligning goals and metrics.

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