Trivadis is Swiss Microsoft Country Partner of the Year 2021

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As every year, Microsoft has honored partner companies that advance their customers with technical know-how and innovative solutions based on Microsoft technologies. This year, the title of “Microsoft Country Partner of the Year” goes to Trivadis.

Trivadis is one of the Microsoft partners that has continuously developed and fully utilizes the Microsoft Cloud for the benefit of its customers. True to the motto “We turn data into business”, Trivadis supports companies on both a strategic and operational level to become data-driven organizations.

A good example of Trivadis’ expertise is a current project for a company that offers solutions for labelling and tracking goods along the entire supply chain. Trivadis was responsible for the entire architecture and implementation of a data platform based on Microsoft Azure and other integrated Microsoft technologies. This enables the customer to generate KPIs from the data of over 100 billion items per year – to create additional customer value and gain insights for innovations.

Thomas Winter, Member of the Executive Board of Microsoft Switzerland and responsible for the partner business, congratulates the winning team: “Trivadis has surprised us again and again this year – with great customer projects, but also with very successful marketing and communication measures. Both were conceived and implemented by the team with an enormous amount of passion, creativity, and a high degree of quality. The award as Swiss Microsoft Country Partner of the Year is well deserved. We thank the whole team for the great partnership and look forward to working closely with Trivadis in the future.”

Ana Campos, Co-CEO of Trivadis, is delighted about the award on behalf of all the company’s employees: “In order for data and new technologies to be used in the best possible way, the right understanding of them is needed at all levels of society. Together with Microsoft Switzerland, we have succeeded in making a significant contribution to this understanding over the last twelve months: we have reached millions of people with our projects and have been able to help shape the public discourse. The fact that Microsoft appreciates our commitment with such an important award for us makes us very happy and encourages us.”

Outstanding marketing increases cloud acceptance

In addition, Trivadis continues to surprise with creative marketing campaigns that are well received by their target groups and help to drive cloud adoption in Switzerland. These include the advertising films with the famous farmer Sepp from the reality TV series “Bauer, ledig, sucht” (“Farmer, single, looking”), which have been excellently received by a broad audience. Or the video platform “Sparx”, on which various experts spoke on the topic of the data economy (over 700,000 views). The two games “Home Office Challenge” and the “Alpaka Game” were also very popular – the latter played more than 70,000 times in the first four weeks after publication.

Ivana Leiseder, Head of Marketing & Communication at Trivadis, is convinced: “Data and new technologies need stories to make history – and soul to touch people. We are very grateful that Microsoft Switzerland not only shares this aspiration, but also actively supported us last year. Together, we can show that data is much more than zeros and ones: namely, the starting point for incredible projects and big dreams.”

Swisscom wins global partner award in the IoT category

Congratulations also to Swisscom, who won the Microsoft Global Partner Award in the IoT category. Read more details about Swisscom’s award here.

Read Microsoft’s official blog on the Partner of the Year award here.

ABB and Sophia Genetics recognized as finalists

ABB and Sophia Genetics were both recognized as finalists in the global categories “Sustainability Changemaker” and “Healthcare”. Congratulations!

ABB was a finalist in the “Sustainability Changemaker Partner of the Year” category. This category recognizes partner organizations that excel in providing innovative and unique services or solutions based on Microsoft technologies that help customers address sustainable digital transformation challenges.

Sophia Genetics was a finalist in the “Healthcare Partner of the Year” category. This category recognizes partner organizations that are at the forefront of their industry by providing innovative and unique services or solutions based on Microsoft technologies to customers in the healthcare sector.

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