Talk Think Do Ranks in Top 50 Microsoft Partners
Talk Think Do has been ranked at 33 globally in this year’s Top 50 Microsoft Partners Report from Fifty Five and Five.
Released annually since 2014, the report analyses the marketing efforts of over 39,000 Microsoft partners from around the world and ranks companies based on the quality of content, the engagement with that content, as well as SEO and technical signals.
Our CEO, Matt Hammond, said:
“To have entered the Top 50 in our first year as a Microsoft Gold Partner is a fantastic achievement for us and a testament to the laser focus we have on Microsoft as our key technology partner.
We are a smaller, high-service partner with particular expertise in building cloud-native applications for our clients. Our relationship with Microsoft is vital to augment our ability to offer the agility that comes from a small team of experts with the backup and support of a huge wealth of resources and expertise.
We have historically let the quality of the work we do and the team we have speak for itself. The last year has seen us develop a marketing strategy that builds on this no-nonsense approach to offer clients technology for growth.”
Recognising this, Fifty Five and Five noted alongside the ranking:
“The website speaks about tech as enthusiastically as the solutions they build. Clear, concise, and easily-understandable tech content is what got them in our Top 50.”
You can find the full Top 50 Microsoft Partners report for 2020/21 here.
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