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Posted by on Aug 1, 2018 in The Watercooler

Norfolk’s Amplified IT Awarded Prestigious Google Title

Norfolk’s Amplified IT Awarded Prestigious Google Title


On July 23, Norfolk’s Amplified IT was recognized with the Google Cloud Global Partner Award for Customer Service in Google for Education. The prestigious award was presented to the local consultancy at the Google Cloud Next Partner Summit in San Francisco.

In attendance were numerous Google Cloud partners specializing in G Suite, Maps, Devices, GCP and Education. Among them were several large-scale tech companies that Amplified IT beat out for the title of Global Partner. Amplified IT was recognized for its overall excellence in sales, marketing and customer support and for helping each client take advantage of Google Cloud suite to transform their business.

Amplified ITLeft to right: Ben Fried, CIO, Google; Urs Hölzle, SVP Cloud Infrastructure, Google Cloud; Tim Lee, Founder/CTO, Amplified IT; Diane Green, CEO, Google Cloud; Tariq Shaukat, President Global Alliances and Industry Platforms, Google Cloud; Alison Wagonfield, Chief Marketing Officer, Google Cloud; and Paul-Henri Ferrand, President, Global Customer Operations, Google Cloud

“To be awarded the 2017 Global Partner Award for Customer Service in Education is very humbling as it reaffirms that our hard work has had significant impact for our partners, and most of all the school districts we support on their technological initiatives with Google for Education,” says Tim Lee, founder and CTO of Amplified IT. “At Amplified IT, our core mission is to assist schools and partners to develop actionable road maps for Google for Education technology to enable them to achieve their mission.”

Despite being a small business, the Amplified IT team has assisted with the functions and implementations of educational technologies in over 4,000 school districts across 26 states. Today, Amplified IT plays an active role in the daily education of over 24 million students.

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