FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Clearwater, Florida (August 1, 2014)-Supply chain software developer Datex has again attained the Microsoft Partner Gold Competency for Software Application Development, the highest level of partnership in the Microsoft network. The Microsoft Gold Partnership designates companies that have been evaluated to provide the highest levels of technical expertise and ability to meet customer needs. The Microsoft Partner Gold Competency is exclusive, distinguishing the top 1% of the 640,000 Microsoft partners worldwide.
“By achieving a Gold Competency, partners have demonstrated the highest, most consistent capability and commitment to the latest Microsoft technology,” said Phil Sorgen, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft Corporation. “When customers look for an IT partner to meet their business challenges, choosing a company that has attained Microsoft competencies is a smart move.”
For consumers and businesses searching for solution providers, Microsoft Competencies help to differentiate partner capabilities using specific Microsoft technologies and the commitment to meet the technological needs of clients now and in the future. Each competency has specific requirements and benefits designed to represent the necessary skills and services needed by partners. As a Microsoft Gold Partner Competency recipient, Datex demonstrates a “best-in-class” ability and commitment to meet the needs of clients using the latest Microsoft technology. In order to qualify for Microsoft Gold Partner standing, Datex was required to validate its high level of customer service through a customer satisfaction survey and provide client references using the Microsoft Customer Satisfaction CSAT Index tool. In addition to meeting Microsoft rigorous standards for technical expertise, Datex was required to meet additional standards including those for staffing capacity.
“Datex appreciates the value of the Microsoft Partner Gold Competency. Today companies want the assurance the technology solutions provider they select will have the needed expertise to solve their business challenges effectively” said Andy Armanious, Vice President of Product Development. “Attaining the Gold Level Competency for Application Development assures our clients that we have the highest level of expertise in leveraging Microsoft technology in the development of Datex software.”
In successful operation since 1978, Datex has helped companies operate more efficiently and productively using state-of-the-art technology. Datex FootPrint® WMS utilizes a variety of Microsoft technology solutions including SQL Server, Microsoft Windows Workflow Foundation, .NET Framework and the Microsoft SQL Reporting Services (SSRS) in the development of its flexible supply chain software solution. Known for developing highly flexible workflow based warehouse management software, Datex FootPrint® WMS is in use by 3PLs, warehousing and distribution operations, non-profit organizations, manufacturers and other industries across the world. Specialists in third party logistics operations and regulated inventory, Datex solutions are highly effective in providing labor and time savings and increased inventory visibility and tracking. Datex FootPrint® WMS is available in both on premise and web based editions. For more information on Datex software, hardware and services including EDI and mobile device management, please visit the Datex website www.datexcorp.com/.
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