April 28, 2006 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) Web hosting provider and domain registrar Go Daddy (http://www.godaddy.com) has announced that it has been named a Gold Certified member of the Microsoft partner program. The certification award was based on Go Daddys proven expertise with Microsoft technologies and in developing and marketing solutions based on Microsoft platforms. To receive certification, the company was also required to display expertise in areas such as consulting or technical services on Microsoft systems.
Go Daddy is committed to customer service and 24/7 support, explained Bob Parsons, Founder and CEO of Go Daddy. This achievement is another example of that commitment to the customer, and helps us give our customer base even more choices for technologies, software and services.
Go Daddy offers three shared hosting plans based on Microsoft solutions alongside dedicated and virtual server options utilizing Microsoft elements. "Solutions competencies enable Microsoft to provide resources and training to partners seeking to meet, and even surpass, customer needs. For Go Daddy, Gold certification provides a way to showcase its expertise to customers who depend on them for services," explained General Manager of Worldwide Hosting at Microsoft Corporation, Mr. Pascal Martin. "As the world's preeminent web hoster, Go Daddy's commitment to Microsoft platforms is a significant validation of our efforts to build a scalable, secure and cost-efficient solution."