Nebula wins ISV partner of the year at Microsoft Awards South Africa
Last week, Nebula was named ISV partner of the year at the Microsoft Awards South Africa.
The award is handed out to the partner who shows excellence in innovation and the implementation of customer solutions using Microsoft technology. Other finalists in the ISV partner award category included Customer Experience and customer journey analytics software brand, inQuba, and Praelexis, a machine learning and predictive analytics company.
In line with the company’s commitment to local COVID-19 lockdown regulations, the annual event was held virtually for the first time. The Microsoft Awards recognise and acknowledge the efforts of Microsoft Partners, with judging taking place across a variety of categories and trophies typically being presented at a gala dinner in Johannesburg.
"This has been a big year for us," explains Andre Witte, Nebula’s CTO. We have a number of ongoing engagements with Microsoft and have been working closely with them on a number of projects. For example, we recently launched OneView, our cloud-based technology expense management platform on the Azure Marketplace. And Microsoft also lauded OneView for the cost savings it has allowed customers to realise during challenging times.
“We don’t do this for prizes, but being acknowledged for our hard work at the Microsoft Awards always feels good,” says Witte. “Ultimately, it’s great to be recognised by a brand that we respect so much. But perhaps more importantly, this kind of accolade showcases that we as a team are successfully helping our customers achieve the efficiencies they want to achieve and that we’re helping them to reach their goals.”
Lionel Moyal, commercial partners lead at Microsoft South Africa, congratulated this year’s winners and finalists, acknowledging their displays of agility and creativity in helping to reimagine a new business world. “We look forward to continued partnerships that build new products and services and support our customers as they become more digitally resilient,” he said.