Phoenix recognised as the winner of the 2019 Microsoft Global Modern Workplace Transformation Partner of the Year Award
Phoenix Software, based in Pocklington, today announced it has won the 2019 Microsoft Global Modern Workplace Transformation Partner of the Year Award.
We are proud to announce that the work we’ve done with Regent’s University London was named NEMEA Digital Transformation Success Story of the Year at the VMware EMPOWER 2019 Awards on Tuesday 21 May 2019
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