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Local small business wins global award

A local Australian small business has beat hundreds of competitors from all over the world, to win the 2009 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference Awards Small Business Specialist Partner of the Year award.

The award, which is one among 25 other categories honoured at the software giant’s annual Worldwide Partner Conference, is given to a company that has used Microsoft technology in innovative ways to deliver integration solutions that serve customers in the small to medium business market segment.

Evolve IT Australia, a business solutions company based in Victoria and with a branch in Subiaco, WA was honoured for their innovative and modern approach to handling Australian rules football club staff resources and data.

According to Evolve IT general manager Clayton Moulynox, traditional methods in the industry were still very much dependent on manual management, which was inefficient and had a great propensity for errors.

“Having the opportunity to change the way all clubs in an entire league operate was a very exciting prospect. Here was a bunch of businesses that were on a very level playing field in terms of technology, and we were about to give them a fantastic infrastructure to give them the opportunity to be more innovative and create a competitive advantage.”

Evolve IT’s solution utilised Microsoft software to allow small and medium businesses to better connect with customers, other business professionals and employees by enhancing business processes, productivity, security, and IT infrastructure management, and by reducing costs.

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Jessica Stanic

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