This fall, our long time managing partner Stephanie Donahue was awarded Microsoft's prestigious MVP in Office Servers and Services. This recognition is for "an individual that has been selected to receive an annual award for outstanding contributions within communities that utilize Microsoft technologies." Stephanie has been an active member of the Microsoft community, specifically in her focus area of SharePoint, for over 6 years. She is a speaker at technology events nationwide, including multiple SPTechCon's, SharePoint Fests, SharePoint Saturday's and SharePoint User Groups.
Her longtime focus at PAIT Group has centered around helping organizations leverage their investment in SharePoint to create and maximize ROI. She believes that setting a strategic path using an innovative road map and consistent methodology is the key to a successful implementation. Stephanie's MVP will add to her credentials as an active blogger and event speaker with over 17 years in the I.T. industry and over 8 years of experience with SharePoint.
What exactly does being an MVP mean?
Back in the summer, our Chief Strategic Officer Mark Rackley wrote about what being an MVP means for our clients. This includes helping to guide client decisions through our access to Microsoft information not made available to the public; being a part of large community with many specialties; and being upheld to higher standard and a greater responsibility.
Stephanie joins Mark and our new Chief Technology Officer, Sean McDonough, as a part of our MVP-recognized staff.