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Rainbow Communications secures Microsoft Silver Partner status

Northern Ireland’s largest independent cloud telecommunications and IT provider, Rainbow Communications, has been accredited as a global Microsoft Silver partner, putting it in the top five percent of companies in the world which holds the award.

The Belfast-based company, which has more than 100 staff secured, the award following a rigorous audit of its operations by Microsoft which determined its top ranking for providing the best solutions for its customers.

Its newly-acquired silver status puts Rainbow Communications ahead of its competition, demonstrating a specific, proven skill set to clients alongside high quality, consistent delivery. It also means its staff are now part of Microsoft’s global network and support hub, sharing resources, training, and best practice advice.

Sales & Marketing Director at Rainbow Communications, Stuart Carson, said: “With more people working remotely, companies need to know they have the best technology solutions in place which provide the capacity, security and flexibility they need to thrive. That is why we are committed to delivering an exceptional, market-leading service for the clients we work with to help them get the very best out of their organisations at a time when they need it most.”

“Like many companies, we are continuing to invest in our people, products and digital skills to ensure everyone in Northern Ireland has access to a range of powerfully transformative software and communications technology to meet all challenges in the future. Securing Microsoft partner status is a significant milestone for our business, and it provides all our clients with the reassurance they need to know that we have everything covered.”

Since March, Rainbow Communications has been working directly with hundreds of businesses across Northern Ireland, helping to reframe their internal processes so that communications with staff and clients can continue without any loss of service and to support continued remote working needs.

“Now that businesses have moved beyond initial crisis management, companies are focusing on rebuilding revenue and reshaping business models to meet a new economic environment,” Stuart said. “The new realities of working may be different, but they can be easily overcome and improved with the right advice and the best technology, saving everyone valuable time and money.”

Operating for more than two decades and with more than 10,000 customers across the region, Rainbow Communications counts Harry Corry, Shelbourne Motors, La Mon and the NI Civil Service among its growing client base.