The Making of a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional)

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Will Astbury
by Will Astbury 14 October 2016

Neil-Parkhurst-MVP-award-crimson-filter-3.pngOnly a small group of people are recognised as a MVP (Most Valuable Professional) by Microsoft every year, and Crimson is delighted to say that one of its employees has received one of these awards.

Neil Parkhurst, a CRM functional consultant within Crimson’s IT solutions team, has been named an MVP by Microsoft for his contribution to Business Solutions, namely Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Unified Service Desk (USD)

Neil is one of only 15 people in the UK to be recognised for his work in Business Solutions. Only 200 people are selected across all Microsoft technologies from the UK every year, and just under 4000 receive recognition worldwide.

Clearly this award means a huge amount to Neil, personally and professionally, and everybody at Crimson is delighted for him.

We recently sat down with Neil to hold a Q&A session which would document his journey to becoming an MVP.

Click here to read the full story on his award-winning blog.

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Topics: Unified Service Desk, CRM, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, MVP