How does PROXIMO 3 feel about the Microsoft MVP renewal for 2022/23?
After the long-awaited news, the MVP renewals for 2022/2023 have been revealed, but what is an MVP? As described on the Microsoft website, “the Microsoft MVP Award is a global program of recognized technology experts and community leaders who actively support technical communities through unique, innovative, and consistent knowledge sharing. These community leaders actively contribute to support the developer and IT Pro communities worldwide, helping them learn, build, and use Microsoft products.” The team at PROXIMO 3 are extremely proud to be part of the Microsoft community and value their awards highly. Continue reading to see what each member of PROXIMO 3 thinks about having their MVP award renewed for 2022/2023.
“I am delighted to receive the Microsoft MVP award for the fifth year running. I am very proud to be recognised by Microsoft, along with many other incredible MVPs, for sharing our knowledge and expertise with the Business Applications community. Being involved with the community is also very rewarding for me personally. I’m looking forward to seeing what we can achieve together in the year to come!”
“Getting renewed for the fourth year in a row is great. Being able to give back to the community is something that I enjoy doing and it’s great that now I get to incorporate that with PROXIMO 3.”
“The best thing about being an MVP for me is that it has given me the opportunity to connect with and work with so many people across the various Microsoft communities. From Business Applications specialists to Azure aficionados to M365 whizzes. And it affords me the opportunity to continue learning from the best and most enthusiastic problem solvers.”
“It’s an honour to be renewed as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for another year. It’s been a crazy ride of the past year. This community award is a reflection of the activities of mentoring and everything thing else through to organising Scottish Summit. I look forward to continuing to contribute as part of the MVP community and continuing to share my knowledge and passion for all things Microsoft.”