BrainStorm Achieves Microsoft Silver Cloud Platform Competency

—Jourdan Strain | 09.14.18

BrainStorm Achieves Microsoft Silver Cloud Platform Competency

Jourdan Strain, 09.14.18

BrainStorm, Inc., the Utah-based SaaS company behind the award-winning QuickHelp™ learning platform, announced today it has been awarded Microsoft’s Silver Cloud Platform competency, demonstrating the company’s expertise in driving Azure consumption through its cloud applications and services.

Microsoft Silver Cloud Platform competency is a recognition given only to those partners who specialize in building, integrating and/or extending solutions or infrastructures using the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. BrainStorm QuickHelp is an Azure-hosted SaaS platform that presents users with personalized, relevant learning content to help them better consume and adopt Microsoft technologies.

In order to qualify for the Cloud Platform competency, Microsoft partners are required to prove Azure consumption in Microsoft accounts, demonstrate expertise through rigorous technical assessments and provide outstanding customer references. Due to the challenging criteria, achieving a silver competency places BrainStorm among a small percentage of Microsoft partners worldwide.

“Our mission at BrainStorm is to transform the way people work, and that starts with helping organizations adopt their Microsoft tools,” said BrainStorm principal executive, Eric Farr. “We are thrilled to have Microsoft recognize what QuickHelp has been able to achieve—and we can’t wait to show them what else we can do.”

Jourdan Strain
Better known around the office as “The Queen of No,” Jourdan can actually be sort of pleasant once you get to know her. When she isn’t distracting the Marketing team with music video ideas, Jourdan is probably stalking the Barefoot Contessa, pretending (poorly) to enjoy exercise, or Netflix binging with her husband and goofball of a dog.

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