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News : Tquila Consultants Achieve Certified 'Technical Architect'
Two more consultants from Tquila have passed the Salesforce Technical Architect (TA) exam. These accreditations, achieved by Andrew Mahood and Sebastian Wagner, mean that Tquila now has four of the 15 Salesforce-certified Technical Architects in the UK. The TA certification represents the highest possible level of expertise in Salesforce technology and is a sign of the high standards demonstrated by salesforce.com professionals.
Tquila, a Salesforce Platinum Partner and provider in cloud based Enterprise Software, operates an internal ‘Technical Architect Programme’ to support its consultants through the accreditation process. The programme began following Wes Nolte’s certification in 2013 and is run by Wes with support from Cameron Cronin, Tquila’s first TA. Mark Wakelin, CEO of Tquila said: "We are really proud of Andrew and Sebastian. It takes huge commitment to pass an exam like this and thanks to our comprehensive Technical Architect Programme we were able to help them get there as painlessly as possible. We now have many more salesforce.com professionals itching to join the programme and speed up their career progression, just like Andrew and Sebastian.
Andrew Mahood said: "To say this was a tough process is an understatement so I feel a great sense of achievement making it through. The Tquila TA Programme meant that I was fully prepared and could go into the board review with confidence. It’s a testament to Tquila’s commitment to the progression of the team and working with Salesforce.com."
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