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Press release: Ben Curry renewed as Microsoft MVP for the 10th time

April 11, 2016 – Huntsville, AL.  Today, Summit 7 Systems, a business and technology solutions provider, announced that managing partner, Ben Curry, was renewed as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 2016. This is Ben’s 10th MVP award (7 in SharePoint, 3 in Office 365), and he is currently one of approximately 114 Office 365 MVPs in the world.

The MVP title is not a certification; rather, it is an honorary title bestowed on individuals whom Microsoft considers to be experts within a specific Microsoft software application and who freely share their knowledge. MVPs engage directly with Microsoft product teams, often receiving private information about Microsoft product roadmaps and upcoming features, to provide direct, independent feedback based on their real-world experience. Microsoft considers Ben a Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint expert. He’s authored over 7 books on SharePoint and Office 365, and he continues to contribute to the Microsoft community via training, speaking engagements, and user forums.

“MVPs are important to Microsoft, who depends on feedback from the MVPs to further improve their technologies and products, “says Scott Edwards, President, Summit 7 Systems. “With a long-time MVP leading our SharePoint and Office 365 work, we’re able give our customers the latest guidance and information as Microsoft develops and improves products, and provide feedback to Microsoft on what customers really want and need.  Congratulations Ben!”


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