Microsoft Most Valuable Professional

Most Valuable Professionals, or MVPs, are community leaders with demonstrable experience in successfully applying Microsoft technology. They share their exceptional passion, knowledge and technical expertise with the community, as well as with Microsoft.

Microsoft about the MVP title: “Technical communities play a vital role in the advancement and adoption of technology and they help our customers to do amazing things with our products and services. With the Microsoft MVP Award we can thank independent community leaders and bring the voice of the community into our technology roadmap, through the direct relationship with Microsoft product teams and events, such as the MVP Global Summit.”

Info Support MVPs in 2019

Ever since the early start of Microsoft in the Benelux, Info Support has helped the community grow.
Info Support finds intensive relationships with partners, important players in the IT industry, to be necessary. That way we quickly have knowledge of the latest technological developments, that we implement in our products and services. We therefore are very proud to have multiple MVPs amongst our employees in 2019:

  • Sander Molenkamp is Azure MVP for the second year.
  • Peter Toonen and Edwin van Wijk are MVP in the category Development Technologies for the third year in a row.
  • Marco Kuiper has become MVP in the category Developer Technologies.
  • Willem Meints has become MVP in the category AI. A brand new category, that only includes 3 people from the Netherlands (58 worldwide). Willem has switched from the VS & Dev tech category.

MVP employee speaking

“It is an honor to be recognized as a MVP by Microsoft”, says Edwin van Wijk, IT Solution Architect at Info Support. “One can see this award as a quality mark and this strengthens customers and potential customers in their choice for Info Support. In addition, we as MVP also receive a number of privileges that benefit our customers.

We have direct access to Microsoft’s product teams, which means that we can interact quicker. We are also informed earlier about new developments and the product roadmap. This enables us to use our expertise even better and to keep playing an active role in the Microsoft community.”