En Pointe Technologies Honored as a Winner of Microsoft's Excellence in Operations - Silver Level Aw

7th Consecutive Year Recognition for Developing and Delivering Operational Excellence with Microsoft

LOS ANGELES, CA - September 25, 2014 - En Pointe Technologies, one of the largest Microsoft Licensing Solutions Providers (LSPs) and systems integrators, today announced it has won the 2014 Silver Level Excellence in Operations Award for delivering market-leading operational excellence supporting Microsoft technology over the past year. This marks the 7th consecutive year that En Pointe was recognized for its industry-leading approach to delivering operational excellence while supporting Microsoft technology, and its continued commitment to providing value and customer satisfaction.

"It takes a great deal of focus and dedication to be excellent in operations, especially as Microsoft's expectations rise and partner requirements continue to get more stringent," said Dr. Shahzad Munawwar, CIO, En Pointe Technologies. "This 7th consecutive award win is a testament to En Pointe's expertise in operational efficiencies, dedicated teamwork, and its ability to align with an ever evolving software industry. Congratulations to our operations team on another impressive win."

Partners achieving this award exhibited best-in-class performance in the North American channel. En Pointe was recognized for superior operational excellence, meeting or exceeding specific requirements for valid contracts, elevating the number of on-time and valid order submissions, while maintaining 100 percent certification in Microsoft Volume Licensing Programs. By meeting or exceeding these conditions, recipients have demonstrated their commitment to Microsoft and its end-customers.

"At Microsoft, we are extremely fortunate to work with incredibly passionate partners that consistently deliver outstanding service solutions to our customers," said Owen Roberts, general manager of Microsoft's Americas Operations Center. "The Excellence in Operations award recognizes those partners that deliver high quality, innovative solutions and an exemplary customer experience. We thank them for their commitment and look forward to a long, strong partnership."

En Pointe continues to position Microsoft operational excellence at the forefront of everything it does. One example being the company's ability to adapt quickly and develop tools and processes to support Microsoft's Licensing programs including Enterprise Agreements (EA), Sever and Cloud Enrollment (SCE), Select Plus (volume licensing), and Microsoft Product and Services Agreements (MPSA). For more information, visit: http://www.enpointe.com/microsoft.

About En Pointe Technologies
Celebrating over 20 years in business, En Pointe is a Microsoft specialist, offering hardware, software and deployment services that are anchored to the Microsoft ecosystem. As one of the largest Microsoft Systems Integrators and Licensing Solutions Providers, En Pointe adds value in all phases of the IT lifecycle, from the data center to the desktop. For more information, visit: www.enpointe.com. Follow: @EnPointeTech and www.linkedin.com/company/en-pointe-technologies.

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