Open Systems is Swiss Microsoft Country Partner of the Year 2022

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Each year, Microsoft honors its partners that have met the critical needs of their regional customers with innovative solutions based on Microsoft technologies. This year, the title of “Microsoft Swiss Partner of the Year” goes to Open Systems. Congratulations also go out to Tata Consultancy Services for winning the Microsoft Global Partner Award in the SAP on Azure category.

The escalated threat level, the cyber talent shortage, and the sheer complexity of deploying and managing a multitude of security solutions, are challenges facing organizations of all sizes. To address these, Open Systems, a Swiss Microsoft Partner, uses Microsoft Sentinel as the foundation of its Open Systems MDR+ managed detection and response (MDR) service.

MDR+ with Mission Control goes beyond traditional monitoring. It combines certified experts, exemplary processes, and seamless technology to deliver continuous security protection that delivers positive outcomes specialized to an organization’s environment and business operations.

Open Systems protects a number of Swiss companies in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, chemicals and finance, along with several NGOs headquartered in Zurich. “Open Systems has helped its Swiss customers protect their sensitive customer data, save up to 30% on overhead costs, and operate their businesses in the most securely protected IT environments possible,” says Andrew Reid, Partner Lead ad interim at Microsoft Switzerland. “Having personally followed Open Systems over the past 3 years and watched their growth, we are happy to award Open Systems as Swiss Microsoft Country Partner of the Year. We thank the whole Open Systems team for their dedication to ensuring our joint customers realize the full potential of their Microsoft security investments and we look forward to working closely together to continue this success.”

Open Systems is rapidly growing with Microsoft, thanks to its commitment to provide customers with a level of security traditionally reserved for only the largest organizations. “We are honored to be named the Microsoft Swiss Partner of the Year and are very pleased that Microsoft so values our efforts,” said Geoff Haydon, CEO of Open Systems. “This award not only celebrates our success in protecting our customers in Switzerland, it also recognizes our focus in helping customers worldwide maximize the capabilities of the Microsoft security solutions they already have.”

Although Open System is strongly anchored in Switzerland, they are just as global as their clients. With teams servicing over 180 markets around the globe, Open Systems delivers outstanding customer service anywhere and everywhere.

Tata Consultancy Services wins global partner award in the SAP on Azure category

Congratulations also go out to Tata Consultancy Services for winning the Microsoft Global Partner Award in the SAP on Azure category.

TCS has developed a collaborative go-to-market strategy around SAP on Azure, including TCS Crystallus™ a set of pre-configured industry and business solutions that accelerate enterprise SAP S/4HANA transformations on Microsoft Azure.

TCS and Microsoft have joined hands for Go to Market with surround SAP ERP offerings with Teams Integration, Security, IoT, AI/ML, Analytics and Insights. TCS is helping customers make informed decision on Azure by reducing cycle time for cloud adoption and deployment with TCS accelerators and frameworks like Cloud Counsel, for due diligence assessment, Cloud Mason which creates a landing zone and foundation, and Cloud Exponence for cloud operations and FinOps.

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