WOBURN, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/23/13 -- Axceler®, a leader in enterprise collaboration governance administration, and migration solutions, today announced that the Company has been accepted into the Microsoft Technical Center (MTC) Alliance Program and the Business-Critical SharePoint (BCSP) Program, two programs acknowledging Axceler's commitment to excellence within the Microsoft community. The company's participation in the Microsoft partner programs help connect its staff directly with Microsoft, giving Axceler the ability to align more closely with the Microsoft vision, strategy and roadmap ultimately providing Axceler customers even more value through a tightly integrated solution and experience.
The Microsoft Technical Center (MTC) Alliance Program is a group of industry leaders in hardware, software and services who work together to create and drive joint initiatives and offerings to provide customers with the very latest in value-added products and services. As a member of the MTC Alliance Program, Axceler will be able to showcase its award winning collaboration governance and administration products at MTCs across the globe. In addition, the MTCs will have the opportunity to implement Axceler solutions to help manage their own SharePoint and Yammer environments.
Additionally, Microsoft's Business-Critical SharePoint (BCSP) Program is a group of partners working with Microsoft to help customers connect SharePoint to existing line-of-business (LOB) systems and expand SharePoint practices into business-critical solutions. After a rigorous and rigid application process, Axceler has been adopted into this exclusive program reserved for the most critical business application partners. As a BCSP partner, Axceler is referenced by Microsoft as a resource for customers and the Company has access to networking opportunities and support from SharePoint experts within Microsoft Consulting Services.
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