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Orangutech is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner in Collaboration and Content and a member of the Strategic Named Partner Program (SNPRP) with Microsoft in Dynamics CRM. We are dedicated and focused on providing quality Microsoft centric Professional Services to our clients across Canada.
Our team of dedicated technical professionals are passionate about solving client problems and designing interesting solutions. Be it a simple System Diagnositc Health Check, or a Strategic Consultation surrounding your organizations IT Roadmap, Orangutech will be with you every step of the way, ensuring you have the right tools, training, and support to make the most out of your IT systems.
Orangutech prides itself on its commitment to three pillars which embody the core values we share.
We want to give our clients the best possible solution, and make sure they have the best possible experience in achieving this common goal. We want to maximize your potential and productivity, through hard work and collaboration.
We work hard to inspire passion, and this is true for both our clients, and our employees. Achieving excellence is only possible because of our driven, committed, and upbeat team.
The growth of our company is always something we keep in mind. We know that the only way to achieve this is through hard work, happy employees, and happy clients.
Orangutech hosted the first harmon.ie User Group with the Government of Canada yesterday (June 22nd).
Orangutech hosted another successful Nintex Technical Working Group with the Government of Canada yesterday (Tuesday June 20th). An amazing presentation by Gilles Champagne from Library and Archives Canada!