We are pleased to announce that for the second consecutive year, Microsoft has named SADA Systems the Microsoft 2016 U.S. Education Cloud Partner of the Year. The U.S. Public Sector Partner of the Year awards were presented during Microsoft’s US Public Sector Industry Solution University (ISU) 2016 yearly event, where Microsoft’s Public Sector executive team was on site to kindly congratulate our SADA team for its achievements. Winners were chosen from more than 100 organizations across public sector segment areas of US Government, Education and Health & Life Sciences. The Microsoft Partner of the Year achievement recognizes its winner for its exemplary commitment to Microsoft and to advancing the field of Education. “The 2016 Public Sector Partner of the Year Award winners represent the most innovative and transformative work being done across our partner community, serving the mission of customers across US Government, Education and Health & Life Sciences” said Curt Kolcun, Vice President, US Public Sector, Microsoft. “We’re honored to be recognized for our contribution in helping schools, colleges and universities to enhance the student learning experience, while reducing costs and providing security and controls needed to protect students and faculty”, stated Mark Haddad, VP of Sales, Microsoft Practice at SADA Systems. “Technologies provided by Microsoft combined with SADA’s expertise in education segment allows these institutions to continue to drive innovative ways to reach, engage and inspire students.” As a Microsoft National Solutions Provider with Gold Competencies, SADA Systems provides results-driven consultative and IT solutions providing industry expertise in cloud platforms, migration and deployment, custom application development, managed services, user adoption and change management. As the 2016 Microsoft Partner of the Year Finalist for Cloud Productivity, SADA Systems has demonstrated excellence in providing innovative solutions and services leveraging Microsoft technologies for such institutions as the Los Angeles Unified School District, UC Hastings College of the Law, Taylor County School District, Keck Graduate Institute, Northwestern College, and many more.