Following its nomination for the Computable Awards, Conclusion was voted winner in the ‘Partner Project of the Year’ category on 29 October 2019. The IT service provider competed for the prestigious award with nine other nominees, which it got to take home after proving to be a firm favourite with the voting public.
The Computable Awards are the most important ICT awards in the Netherlands, presented to companies, projects and individuals that the readers of ICT industry publication Computable believe to be exceptional. The awards are presented in several categories; the ‘Partner Project of the Year’ category, for which a total of 101 entries were submitted, involves a project in which three or more parties have worked together successfully.
Partner Project of the Year – Eneco to the Cloud
Energy provider Eneco, together with Conclusion, has migrated its SAP environment to Microsoft Azure in the cloud in order to speed up the transition to sustainable energy. Eneco’s mission is to develop renewable energy solutions as efficiently as possible, making cloud migration a natural step in terms of speed and flexibility. Over a seven-week period, a total of 17.5 terabytes in data was transitioned to a public cloud managed by Conclusion, an NPM Capital portfolio company. This makes Eneco the first company in the Netherlands to move its entire SAP landscape to an Azure environment.
The Computable editorial board selected the nominees in the ‘Partner Project of the Year’ category. The public voted for Conclusion‘s ‘SAP Migration to Microsoft Azure’ project, which turned into a success thanks to the collaboration between the three partners, Eneco, Microsoft and Conclusion.