Superior Consulting Services (SCS) has been a Microsoft Partner since 1998 and received Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status in 2006. In 2012, with evolution of the Microsoft Partner program, SCS is now recognized for its expertise in the following competencies:
Our gold competency is evidence of a deep, consistent commitment to the Business Intelligence and Web Development solution offerings and is a distinction given to just one percent of Microsoft partners worldwide. Our silver competencies also demonstrate a strong dedication to Data Platform, Software Development and Midmarket Solutions and is awarded to the top 5 percent of Microsoft’s worldwide partners. These designations, together with our close working relationship with Microsoft, give us:
As Microsoft certified specialists, our consultants have the credentials and proven ability to provide optimal solutions using Microsoft products and tools. To ensure they remain proficient in current applications and knowledgeable about emerging technologies, we allocate time and dollars to support our consultants’ continued development as part of their benefits package. This allows our team to deliver solutions using the most current technology available, while leveraging your existing Microsoft resources.
Business Intelligence Consultant and SQL expert, Dan English, is a 2010 and 2011 winner of the Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award and was recognized in 2011 by the Redmond Channel Partner in The Top 10 Microsoft Partner MVPs. He has worked with Microsoft services and products for over a dozen years, with more than five years of experience with data warehousing and business intelligence alone. He is fully certified with MS SQL Server 2005 and 2008 Business Intelligence. Dan was the president of the PASSMN – Minnesota SQL Server user group from 2009 through 2010.
SCS VP of Technology, Brian Larson, is a noted authority in the area of business intelligence and reporting using Microsoft SQL Server. Larson served as an original member of the reporting services development team and contributed to the original SQL code base. He has authored two books, published papers and frequently speaks at conferences on BI and reporting using Microsoft.