15 July 2013

Intergen was recognised as a regional winner at this year’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, held in Houston, awarded the Asia Pacific Microsoft Public Sector Partner of the Year Award 2013.

Intergen wins Asia Pacific Microsoft Public Sector Partner of the Year Award 2013. The award comes as a result of both Intergen’s history of delivering solutions in the Public Sector and Signal, a recently developed social media monitoring tool for the public safety and emergency management sector. Signal was recently awarded finalist status in the Public Safety/National Security Partner of the Year Award in the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Awards 2013.

“This is a significant achievement for Intergen,” says Wayne Forgesson, Intergen’s Director Marketing. “Intergen has a strong and extensive history in delivering Microsoft-based solutions to the public sector, with our first public sector engagements starting in the mid 90s. This award is a testament to our track record in delivering quality enterprise solutions to the public sector. Furthermore, the potential of the Signal social media monitoring tool is immense, and it is extremely exciting to see Signal recognised on the world stage.”

For more information on Signal, visit www.getsignal.info.

About Intergen

 Intergen is one of Australasia’s leading dedicated Microsoft solutions providers and a leading member of the Microsoft Partner Network, with staff delivering information technology solutions across Australia, New Zealand and the world. Its key offerings include portals, content and collaboration solutions, web and digital strategy and delivery, user experience design, Microsoft Dynamics financial and relationship management, custom software development, management consulting, infrastructure consulting and hosting services.

For more information please contact:

Katy Sweetman
Communications Manager

+64 4 472 2021
+64 21 955 303


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