PRINCETON, N.J., Aug. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Hanu, a global leader in helping enterprises modernize their legacy IT infrastructures and software applications through the adoption of Microsoft Azure, has received the Microsoft Platform Modernization award. Hanu has been recognized by Microsoft as a top performer in helping customers migrate to the cloud with Microsoft Azure.
The award reinforces Hanu’s commitment to deliver best-in-class solutions. As many companies start to embark on their digital transformation journey, Hanu is working to ensure that the most technologically advanced, flexible, scalable, and cost effective solutions are implemented successfully, on-time and within budget.
“We are thrilled to be honored with this award and to be recognized by Microsoft as a top performer in successfully transforming enterprises with Microsoft Azure,” said David Sasson, Chief Strategy Officer at Hanu. “Our team has been continually working with organizations to ensure a risk free transition to Microsoft Azure. This award highlights how we are using technology-driven solutions to solve business problems for our clients. If an enterprise is thinking Microsoft Azure, we want them to think Hanu.”
“For the second year in a row, we are pleased that Hanu Software earned the award for Platform Modernization Top Performer – Migrations to Microsoft Azure,” said Bob Ellsworth, Worldwide Director of Enterprise Modernization at Microsoft Corp. “Hanu is helping our mutual customers address their business challenges of reducing costs and increasing agility.”
Hanu has been at the forefront in helping companies adopt Microsoft Azure from the very first release. With deep and comprehensive Microsoft Azure services offerings, Hanu has the ability to offer a full spectrum of Microsoft cloud modernization services and solutions, including net new software applications optimized for Microsoft Azure, IT infrastructure, and legacy application migrations to Azure, as well as advanced managed services ensuring that the Azure applications, workloads, and VMs are all operating optimally.
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