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SALT adds spice after tech win

Staff at SALT Technology Group, Camana Bay

By Paul Kennedy
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A Cayman technology company has won a top IT award from Microsoft.

SALT Technology Group was named the 2017 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions using Microsoft technology.

“We are thrilled to have won this award and it has capped what has been a fantastic first year in business.” said Blair Lilford, founder of SALT Technology Group. “We continue to invest very heavily in our partnership with Microsoft and we are delighted that our efforts over the last 12 months have been recognised by both Microsoft and our clients.”

Awards were presented in several categories, with winners chosen from a set of more than 2,800 entrants from 115 countries worldwide. SALT was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services, as well as representing excellent subsidiary engagement in the Cayman Islands.

The Microsoft Country Partner of the Year Awards honor partners at the country level that have demonstrated business excellence in delivering Microsoft solutions to multiple customers over the past year. This award recognises SALT as succeeding in effective engagement with its local Microsoft office while showcasing innovation and business impact, driving customer satisfaction, and winning new customers.

SALT is based in Camana Bay and employs five people. They are an IT and Cloud provider.

“We are honoured to recognise SALT Technology Group of the Cayman Islands as a Microsoft Country Partner of the Year,” said Ron Huddleston, corporate vice president, One Commercial Partner, Microsoft Corp. “SALT is a prime example of the expertise and innovation we see in our Microsoft partner community to deliver transformative solutions.”

The Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards recognise Microsoft partners that have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft-based solutions over the past year.

About Paul Kennedy

During a career that spans almost three decades, Paul has covered some of the biggest stories in the world for regional and national newspapers. A multi-award winning journalist and published author, he has worked for the past six years producing television news and documentaries in Cayman. Paul is also the host of a weekly football show. His dream story is to find a dog that can play piano.

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