Microsoft names IT training provider top learning partner in Apac

(From left) Iverson general manager Cheryl Wong, Yap, Microsoft chief marketing and operations officer Azizah Ali and Microsoft Asia partner worldwide learning Kim Boey. Recognised for their excellent IT training, Iverson recently won the Microsoft FY22 Superstars Award for Apac region.

IVERSON Associates Sdn Bhd recently clinched the Microsoft FY22 Superstars Award for Asia-Pacific (Apac) region – further recognising them as Malaysia’s top IT training provider for outstanding sales performances and continuous emphasis on growth and direct business as Microsoft Learning Partners.

“We are truly honoured to be recognised for our work as the top Microsoft Learning Partner for the APAC region,” said Iverson Associates Sdn Bhd managing director Dr Yap Chee Sing.

“We play a crucial role in the business ecosystem by transferring the latest technologies to government and business organisations to upgrade their IT skills and gain competitive advantage.

“Iverson will continue to champion continuous and accessible learning as we pave the path forward,” he said, adding that the award marks a motivating milestone for him and the team on their ongoing efforts to build Iverson.

Established in 1994, Iverson provides a wide range of training courses which include data and artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, blockchain, cloud computing, cybersecurity, open source, business productivity tools, IT service management and project management.

“For FY22, Iverson has achieved a high double-digit annual growth rate, and winning this award is a testament to all our hard work. But it does not end here as we look forward to proving ourselves again in FY23,” he said.

Yap added that with a solid foundation and track record built over 28 years, Iverson plans to continue expanding their product range and geographical reach to become a leading regional training provider.

Currently, the company is working with several government agencies to upskill the Malaysian workforce.

For instance, Iverson is collaborating with HRD Corp on a programme titled Skilling For Talent Readiness And Innovation In The Digital Era (Stride) to deliver actionable content and measurable outcomes, including improved work processes, increased worker competencies and business efficiency.

Iverson is also collaborating with the Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (Mdec) on the Digital Up programme to ensure that the current workforce will remain relevant, and encourage the Malaysian workforce to reskill and upskill themselves in digital technology related courses and programmes.

Iverson has won multiple awards from top IT vendors, including Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Citrix and Cloudera among others.

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