July 16, 2020
Ellie O’Hara, CloudFit Software
CLOUDFIT SOFTWARE WINS THE 2020 MICROSOFT US PARTNER AWARD FOR INDUSTRY-GOVERNMENT
LYNCHBURG, VA — CloudFit Software, a leader in “Managed Scenarios” for Cloud across Fortune 500, DoD and Regulated Industries, announced it has been named the 2020 winner of the MSUS Partner Award for Industry —Government.
This award complements the global Microsoft Partner of the Year Award program and highlights US-specific partner impact. It recognizes one out of several thousand Microsoft partners who excel at providing innovative and unique Microsoft-based technological services to customers in the government industry.
“This accolade was not achieved without the hard, dedicated work of our entire family and a strong sense of our mission to serve others,” CTO & Co-Founder of CloudFit Software Carroll Moon said. “Our goal this past year was to not only demonstrate thought leadership within our industry, but also use our deep-rooted knowledge to make a tremendous impact on Microsoft’s Department of Defense customers for Azure and M365.”
In partnership with MSFT and the DoD CIO, CloudFit has helped DoD clients modernize their software ecosystem, which includes the DevSecOps environment, to not only follow the recent Congressional mandate to improve processes but also to ensure consistency and security across the DoD’s application teams.
CloudFit Software uses their own innovative cloud management platform, CloudFit Software ™ CFS, to accelerate customers’ Cloud implementation journey with ease and ensure everything performs optimally so customers get the best user experience for their Cloud investments.
“We are thankful for the trust that our customers and partners have in us. It’s an honor to serve every client, including our government customers,” Carroll Moon said.
About CloudFit Software
Founded in 2018 by former Microsoft veterans and located in Lynchburg, VA, CloudFit Software was established to fill a need in the IT industry and is now leading the market in “Managed Scenarios” for cloud across Fortune 500, DoD and Regulated Industries. While CloudFit primarily exists to implement, manage and secure critical services and applications to the cloud, it has a great mission with its charities: KidFit — uses athletics as a conduit to provide