Kraft Kennedy is pleased to announce that Joe Hoegler, a Solution Architect based in their New York office, was recently awarded the Microsoft Certified Master certification on Exchange 2010.
Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) represents the highest technical certification that Microsoft offers and is awarded based upon successful completion of an intensive three week training course on-site at Microsoft’s headquarters along with three written exams and a final qualification lab exam. Joe joins an elite group of approximately 19 MCMs on Exchange 2010 worldwide to date. The Microsoft Certified Master program provides access to an exclusive community of other MCMs, members of the Exchange Server product group, as well as other valuable resources that can be leveraged at any time.
According to Microsoft, “a Microsoft Certified Master can help [an] organization assess its current messaging optimization level; map major initiatives and projects; rate the impact of identified gaps (value, cost, level of effort); and prioritize IT assets for maximum impact and return on investment.”
Joe has worked for Kraft Kennedy since 2004 and is a member of the Kraft Kennedy’s Infrastructure and Enterprise Systems practice group. He has advised numerous organizations on Exchange 2010 ranging from small firms to leading members of the AmLaw 100. Joe is also an active contributor to the Kraft Kennedy Technology Blog and has spoken at a number of ILTA events.
“When working with Joe, it is immediately clear that you have found someone with a deep understanding of the technology and also a keen awareness of the business requirements and best path to achieve them”, says David Carlson, Practice Leader at Kraft Kennedy. “This is a very exciting accomplishment and we are fortunate to have his talents as part of our team.”
You can read more about Joe and Exchange 2010 on the Kraft Kennedy Technology Blog.