“As a mid-market Microsoft solution integrator, we deliver the expertise around some of the most influential technologies,” says Knott. The firm offers services primarily around four practice areas—Software Solutions, Infrastructure Solutions, Digital Marketing, and Managed Services. The software solutions help customers through customized software and also solve complex problems such as business intelligence for data insight, mobile and cloud development, SharePoint for collaboration and Dynamics CRM for sales enablement. Furthermore, the company’s infrastructure solutions ensure that a customer’s data center and infrastructure delivers services to business with solutions such as Azure, Office 365, Unified Communications with Skype for Business and end user enablement, all in sync with security or compliancy.
The digital marketing wing of the company assists customers solve modern marketing issues and take their digital assets to the next level with search engine optimization, creative web design and marketing automation. The company’s managed services team helps provide strategic technical guidance, virtual CIO services, outsourced service desk, and 24/7 monitoring and support for customer’s technical environments. Microsoft solutions such as Exchange and SharePoint, thus, enabling the client to collectively focus on their own core competencies.
SWC fortifies its business competency from its ability to serve its customers’ needs internally. Moreover, the firm was recently ranked among the MSP mentors’ top 100 managed service providers in the world. Furthermore, the firm utilizes its own digital marketing services for customer acquisition and Microsoft solutions such as Office 365, Business Intelligence, CRM and SharePoint to enable its business.
As a mid-market Microsoft solution integrator, we deliver the expertise around some of the most influential technologies
Referring to the dynamic shift to cloud, Knott foresees SWC’s future plans. “We want to be innovators pushing the envelope with Microsoft Azure, from analytics with machine language to disaster recovery with IaaS, encompassing application development with PaaS,” he concludes.