Paragon Solutions Achieves Microsoft Competency in Project and Portfolio Management

By CIOReview | Friday, April 29, 2016
Daniel J. O’Connor, President and CEO, Paragon Solutions

Daniel J. O’Connor, President and CEO, Paragon Solutions

CRANFORD, NJ:  Paragon Solutions, a business process management consulting firm has successfully accomplished a Silver Microsoft Project and Portfolio Management competency. In order to acquire the Microsoft certification a firm is required to have in-depth research in Microsoft certifications, by clearing the rigorous exams with expertise.

Microsoft considers customer references to ensure highest quality of services for successful implementation and customer satisfaction. Paragon Solutions has implemented Project Server to draw out maximum output from the organizations. All this accomplishment is made possible by Paragon, as it successfully manages the business projects and fulfills the clients’ demands. The firm has approaches a long-term business roadmap to attain certain standards with governance and operational excellence.

Geoffrey Lewis, Corporate and Enterprise Vice President, Paragon Solutions says, “This Microsoft competency and recognition from Microsoft enables us to showcase our expertise in today’s technology market and exhibit our knowledge of Microsoft and its products.”

Paragon has the capability to utilize the best out of Microsoft Project platform to develop, promote, and implement robust project and portfolio management solutions that is shown through its competency achievement. Paragon is deploying the Microsoft Project platform to provide the maximum support to the client organization’s strategic direction, establishing a strong foundation of enterprise portfolio, program, project, people and financial management.

“When customers look for an IT partner to meet their business challenges, choosing a company that has attained Microsoft competencies is a smart move. These are highly qualified professionals with access to Microsoft technical support and product teams,” says Phil Sorgen, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft Corp.