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Applied Tech Named US SMB Champions Club Midwest Partner of the Year

What does that mean? Simply put, it means we are good at what we do. This prestigious award recognizes the Microsoft Partner who has demonstrated significant sales growth in the Midwest with small and mid size businesses (SMB). It also shows significant commitment and success in working with Microsoft to help companies stay up to date and secure in the …

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How the Microsoft Partner Conference is Helping Us, Help You.

During the recently completed four-day extravaganza of MPC2016 in Toronto, Microsoft showed off their new toys, future tech and gave us information about projected trends. The greatest lesson: the cloud is no longer looming. It is directly overhead. According to IDC research, cloud spending will exceed $500B by 2020, and nearly 80 percent of companies are already deploying or fully …

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Applied Tech Customers: You Have Chosen Wisely

If one is judged by the company he/she keeps, then Applied Tech customers should be happy to know that the Madison-based company has been selected into the SMB Champion Club at the Microsoft Partner Conference going on this week in Toronto. What does it mean to our customers? It means Applied Tech continues to offer its small and medium businesses …

Microsoft conference will unveil new ways to grow your business

Applied Tech president, Kurt Sippel, expects to return next week from Toronto with a bucketful of ideas to help his customers grow their companies and increase their revenue. Sippel is one of 15,000 people from around the globe who is in Toronto attending the annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. While there, Sippel expects to hear and share ideas from many …

OSFA: OK For Tube Socks But Not For Technology

One Size Fits All may be an easy, cost-saving way to produce and sell nose rings and white tube socks. But when it comes to the tech needs of today’s companies, OSFA is outdated and inefficient. Gone are the days of moving stacks and racks of server boxes in and out to handle growing or changing email or accounting or …