Vitalyst Recognized in the Top 1 Percent for Inbound Marketing Excellence among Microsoft Partners

BALA CYNWYD, Pa. – July 15, 2016 – Vitalyst, the leading provider of software coaching for enhanced how-to support, smooth migrations, Managed Help Desk Services and in-person and web-based training programs, was recently named among the top 250 Microsoft Partners for its inbound marketing in Fifty Five and Five’s 2016 Inbound Marketing Excellence report. The full report was released at Microsoft’s World Partner Conference, which began in Toronto from July 10. The 2016 report recognizes the inbound marketing efforts of companies in the Microsoft Partner network.

Fifty Five and Five, a digital agency for Microsoft Partners based in London, analyzed the marketing efforts of 25,000 Microsoft Partners and created a shortlist of 250 enterprise solution providers with the best digital marketing efforts from around the world. The independent study examined websites, blog content, social media channels and more to find the best examples of modern marketing that keeps audiences engaged.

“As a trusted Microsoft Partner for more than ten years, Vitalyst is thrilled to be recognized among the top 1 percent of Microsoft enterprise solutions providers for the work we do with our inbound marketing,” said Judy Arnold, VP of Marketing at Vitalyst. “We understand that delivering a positive return-on-investment is an ongoing challenge for IT leaders. We help clients maximize their return on Microsoft and other software products by increasing employee proficiency and enterprise-wide productivity through our unmatched Microsoft application expertise and stellar customer service.”

Vitalyst is a Microsoft Preferred Services Provider, one of 34 worldwide, and is also a member of Microsoft’s Partner Network. Vitalyst has achieved Microsoft Partner Network gold competency in the area of devices and deployment, and silver competency as a midmarket solution provider. Silver competency as a midmarket solution provider is achieved by passing technical assessments, exams, certifications, and a business assessment, and gaining support from customer base via references that measures performance and customer satisfaction. Gold competencies demonstrate best-in-class capability within a specific Microsoft solution area and is obtained by achieving the Silver competency plus an additional survey that measures performance and customer satisfaction.

*Download the full report here

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