It’s not every day that you see Microsoft and David Brent share a stage, but that’s exactly what happened yesterday for attendees at Azzure IT’s annual customer day.
Sheffield-based tech firm Azzure IT welcomed 30 representatives from businesses the country to attend the event to gain an insight into how the very latest technology can be used to innovate, grow and streamline their businesses.
This year, Azzure IT put a twist on the event with a dash of humour, with the addition of an unlikely customer case study.
Joining experts from Microsoft and Azzure IT at the Sheffield Parkway Mercure Hotel was Tim Oliver, acclaimed Ricky Gervais impersonator, who surprised and entertained guests with his uncanny David Brent performance.
Attendees were also given the valuable opportunity to take part in cutting edge presentations from Microsoft industry specialists and one-to-one business surgery clinics with the Azzure IT consultancy team to determine specific software solutions.
Since its inception less than five years ago, Azzure IT has built up an impressive clientele and experienced rapid growth and success, being named the fastest-growing Microsoft Partner in the UK and placing in the top five per cent of Dynamics providers worldwide.
Managing director Craig Such said: “Over the last few years we’ve experienced a high level of growth and success.
“We always aim for a high level of customer satisfaction, and tailor our IT solutions specifically to what our customers need.
“We created our customer days to bring together a wealth of specialist knowledge to provide businesses with the information they need to grow and innovate effectively.
“This year we wanted to do something a bit different. We invited Tim Oliver along for a bit of humour that is not normally seen in the IT world!
“I think it’s safe to say our guests enjoyed seeing us get up on stage, and I’m sure it’s something that will stick in their minds for a while. Azzure IT never do anything by halves and our customer days ensure we continue impress businesses not only with the work we do, but with the results we achieve for them.”