Who We Are
Amaxra Is Your Microsoft Partner
Amaxra is a privately-held business management and technology solutions firm headquartered in Redmond, Washington. Founder and CEO Rosalyn Arntzen left Microsoft in 2007 after 15 years to start her own technology consulting business, after working for Microsoft in the UK, Australia, and the US.
Since then, managers have trusted Amaxra's expert consultants to deliver a wide range of business processes and creative services with certainty. With over 40 employees, Amaxra provides secure cloud-based Microsoft IT solutions to hundreds of mid-to-large enterprise clients all over the United States.
Amaxra Key Contacts
President & CEO
Senior Engagement Manager
Sr. Director, Cloud Services & CIO
Senior Licensing Specialist & Technical Account Manger
Principal Cloud Consultant
Finance & Operations
Awards & Recognition
What Our Customers Say
Amaxra gives me the control I want, combined with the security peace of mind that I need for my business. Their servant-hearted mindset is why I’ve been a customer for so long.Eddie Nieves, Director of IT at Zemax
I highly recommend working with Amaxra. They have always gone above and beyond our needs and have been proactive in helping us find solutions. Their knowledge and insight in the Microsoft product ecosystem has been extremely valuable to our organization. Plus, they are actively working on bringing together the community to share best practices and help us all get betterDavid Morck, Program Director at DriveShop
Amaxra strongly believes in giving back to charities and organizations. Here are just a few of the charities that we currently support.
Orphan Kitten Club
Every kitten season, thousands of motherless kittens are at risk of death on the streets and in animal shelters. Without a mother to care for them, kittens face impossible odds, and can’t survive without specialized care.
Hopelink is one of 30 community action agencies in Washington State and over 1000 in the Nation. Since 1917, they have served homeless and low-income families, children, seniors, and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties. They provide stability and opportunities for people to gain skills and knowledge needed to exit poverty.