Cloudmania, an exclusive provider of cloud-based services partner programme in Africa, launched in 2021 by Liquid C2, has been awarded the Microsoft Partner of the Year 2023 in Côte d’Ivoire, an impressive win for the company in only its second year of operating.
Committed to providing cloud enablement to partners within an ecosystem defined by support, expertise and engagement, Cloudmania has grown from less than 100 partners to over 500 in less than a year, with customers in 22 countries. The company’s online portal offers a comprehensive e-commerce platform to partner with Microsoft and ISV products alongside streamlined billing capabilities and subscription management services.
“This win underscores our commitment to delivering solutions that propel cloud adoption and partner growth in Côte d’Ivoire,” says David Behr, CEO of Liquid C2. “We took home the award in Ethiopia in our first year of operations last year, so to win again in a new region is an incredible achievement and a testimony to the strength of our team and the value we deliver to our partners.”
Cloudmania has a deep understanding of the role cloud plays within the business and believes in empowering companies throughout Africa with cloud technologies that ignite digital transformation. The company is focused on providing agile, secure, and customisable cloud capabilities while embedding resilience and flexibility into the foundations of the organisation.
“Being recognised by Microsoft, a leading global organisation and one of the pre-eminent hyperscalers, is extraordinary,” says Behr “Our goal is to build on this momentum and on our partner relationships to maintain our growth in the Côte d’Ivoire region and across Africa as a whole.”
Cloudmania forms part of the Liquid stable of companies and has the sole focus of driving digital transformation in Africa with trusted, relevant and resilient cloud-enabled solutions. The company has dedicated partner development teams in each country alongside expert guidance, training programs and customised solution development.