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DMS Electronics wins Microsoft award for the second successive year

DMS Electronics (Pvt) Ltd (DMSE) bagged the coveted Best Managed Partner Award for the second consecutive year at the Microsoft Sri Lanka 2011 Partner Conference held recently. The award recognized DMSE’s superior achievement of Microsoft’s stringent criteria for Best Managed Partner in FY 2010/2011, which included revenue targets, breadth of account coverage and marketing activities.
DMS Electronics (Pvt) Ltd also received a Recognition Award for its contribution as Unified Communications and Virtualization Partner. This was in acknowledgement of the company’s pioneering work in promoting and deploying Microsoft’s Unified Communications and Virtualization Solutions, DMS said in a press release.

This year’s Partner Awards Ceremony, which coincided with Microsoft Sri Lanka’s 7th Anniversary, also saw DMSE being presented with an Appreciation Award for its Powerful Partnership with Microsoft over the last seven years.

“DMSE has demonstrated its consistency in winning the Best Managed Partner Award for the second successive year,” said Peter Peiris, DMSE’s Group Manager for Enterprise Software Solutions who accepted the award from Microsoft’s President South East Asia – New Markets, Jamie Harper. “Our technical team has some of the best skills in Unified Communications and Virtualization Technologies in the market. We have largely relied on local expertise while deploying Microsoft Technologies like OCS / LYNC and Hyper V for our customers and the team's dedication to excellence and service has been legendary.”

Lal Chandranath, Managing Director of DMS Electronics said, “DMSE has had a long relationship with Microsoft which dates back even before the Microsoft subsidiary was setup in Sri Lanka. As we ourselves celebrate our 30th Anniversary, we are happy to have received all this recognition from Microsoft.” Incorporated in 1981, DMS Electronics carries a complete suite of industry leading hardware and software products like Microsoft, HP, Citrix, Symantec, Aspect, Apple, Hypercom, TouchMedia and Plantronics which the company puts together to provide complete ICT solutions.

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