Prosperity 24/7 is delighted to announce it has a new Master on its Technical Solutions team.
Senior Consultant Marcus Bailey has become an HPE Master Accredited Solutions Expert (Master ASE) in Storage Solutions.
The certification is HPE’s most demanding and highly respected credential and puts Marcus amongst a select group globally capable of overseeing the implementation of complex solutions.
His success means Marcus is well versed in HPE technologies and enterprise solutions and can match them to IT business strategies to meet client’s requirements.
He is one of only a handful of Channel Islanders to have achieved this top-shelf certification including two of his colleagues, Jake Foster and Lee Pirouet, both of whom are Directors at Prosperity 24/7.
Commenting on his achievement, Marcus said, “Becoming an HPE Master ASE means that I have a high-level technical knowledge in HPE storage products and storage technologies. This puts me in a great position to provide our clients with solutions that maximise the benefit from their investments and make sure that they have the correct solutions to drive their business forward.”
Jake Foster, Chief Technology Officer for Prosperity 24/7 added, “For Marcus to have gained his HPE MASE is a fantastic achievement. It not only shows the massive commitment and devotion to continued learning that Marcus has put in to achieve this in such a short period of time, but also the promise of career progression and development that Prosperity 24/7 provides each and every one of its colleagues.
“This award demonstrates Marcus’s ability to deliver complex HPE SAN solutions, covering the whole gamut of the HPE Storage portfolio, understanding our clients’ business requirements and transforming those into a solution that meets not only their technology needs, but also their business goals.”
Marcus is now working towards the SNIA Certified Storage Networking Expert (SCSN-E), the highest vendor neutral certification on the SNIA track and aims to get qualified in the latest Azure certifications.