TECHNOLOGY support firm Systemagic Ltd has won another award for its success in implementing Microsoft IT cloud products.

Based in Bradford on Avon, the high-tech company is a partner with intY, a global cloud products distributor.

At an ‘intY Cloud Fest’ awards ceremony in London, Systemagic’s chairman Martin Spiller was presented with ‘Best Newcomer’ award.

Systemagic was recognised for its ‘outstanding contribution’ in helping thousands of computer users to move across to Microsoft’s Office 365 platform.

James Eades, managing director of the 14-strong company, said: “We’ve been a Microsoft partner for many years but took the strategic decision to embrace their Office 365 platform this year when we realised that it’s perfect for many of our business clients.

“The uptake has been incredible and has resulted in a busy year of migration projects and consultancy with new and existing clients. It’s fantastic that we’ve now won an award to recognise this.”

Located in The Old Gas Warehouse on the Frome Road, Systemagic provides IT support, cloud computing and connectivity solutions to South West businesses.

The company prides itself on offering flexible 30-day terms on all its services. Major clients include Norland College in Bath, Bath’s Royal United Hospital, Halsall Construction Ltd in Peasedown St John, and Bath Cats & Dogs Home.

Along with an extensive network of intY partners worldwide, Systemagic offers a wide range of cloud services from industry leaders such as Microsoft, Symantec, BitTitan and Acronis.

Re-sellers and partners of Microsoft and other IT vendors gathered at the awards ceremony to recognise excellence and quality of service. They included some of the biggest names within the IT industry.

The award categories included Trusted Advisor of the Year, Vendor of the Year and the Lifetime Achievement Award.