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3P, Aussie EdTech company awarded a 2016 ‘Microsoft Partner of the Year Award’

Australian education company 3P Learning has received Microsoft’s major Partner award, honoured among a global field of top Microsoft partners for demonstrating "excellence in innovation".

3P Learning is a Sydney-based company, and is "globally recognised for its online education resources including Mathletics, IntoScience, Spellodrome and Reading Eggs".

The company’s programs cover "mathematics, spelling, literacy, reading and science", and proudly boasts it is "a global team of passionate education and technology gurus".

With more than 5.3 million students in more than 17,000 schools across the world using 3P Learning resources, which are designed by educators and educational technologists in partnership with schools and families, it’s no surprise to see the company receiving an award.

After all, with the company’s resources, which it says are "fully aligned with over a dozen international curricula, learning becomes fun – with independent learning encouraged and celebrated".

The Public Sector, Education Partner of the Year Award recognises a partner organisation that excels at providing innovative and unique services or solutions based on Microsoft technologies to education customers.

This year, that award winner is 3P Learning, with the company’s chief executive Rebekah O’Flaherty stating "the award recognises the positive impact the Australian company has on a global scale".

O’Flaherty said: “More than five million students in more than 17,000 schools across the world extend their knowledge in science, maths, literacy and spelling using 3P Learning resources. To be recognised as Microsoft’s Education Partner of the Year is a real testament to our mission – to transform lives through a love of learning.”

Awards were presented in several categories, with winners chosen from a set of more than 2500 entrants from 119 countries.

3P Learning was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services in education.

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Gavriella Schuster, general manager, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft, said: “We are honuored to recognise 3P Learning as this year’s winner of the 2016 Microsoft Education Partner of the year award.

“3P Learning is a prime example of the excellent talent we see in our Microsoft partner community to deliver innovative and transformative solutions to our mutual customers.”

Pip Marlow, Microsoft Australia managing director, noted "it’s great to see such powerful examples of innovative excellence in our partner community".

Marlow said: “These awards represent the best and brightest of our partners on a global stage who are working every day to help transform Australian businesses with Microsoft technology.”

More information about the Microsoft Awards can be found here

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