Inova Solutions honoured by finalist selection for Country Partner of the Year Award for Jamaica
The Inova Solutions team at the launch of the new Jamaica office in April 2022.

KINGSTON, Jamaica —Inova Solutions says it is honoured to have been chosen runner up in the Country Partner of the Year Award category for Jamaica, at the Caribbean level.

Inova Solutions finished runner-up to Maureen Data Systems in the category.

The case that earned Inova Solutions a finalist spot in Jamaica was the implementation of a centralised Cloud solution platform for the education sector.

Inova Solutions also won the Curaçao 2022 Microsoft Partner of the Year Award for the ninth year in a row, and was also a runner up for the top award in Puerto Rico.

The company was honored among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology.

“These awards and recognitions are of great significance as they represent the addition of a Solutions Delivery Department for Inova Solutions. The specific case leading us winning Microsoft’s 2022 Country Partner of the Year Award consisted of a Cloud migration project for a client in the Financial Services sector, in which security and compliance were a priority. Inova Solutions, with offices through the Caribbean but headquartered in Curacao, has successfully executed many similar projects in the entire Caribbean region as part of our Cloud service offerings,” said Hans Kruithof, Commercial Managing Director at Inova Solutions.

In the meantime, Nick Parker, corporate vice president of Global Partner Solutions at Microsoft, commented that he was honored to announce the winners and finalists of the 2022 Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards, noting “These partners were outstanding among the exceptional pool of nominees, and I’m continuously impressed by their innovative use of Microsoft Cloud technologies and the impact for their customers.”

Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards are announced annually prior to the company’s global partner conference, Microsoft Inspire, which will take place on July 19 and 20 this year.

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