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The Gold Club

As any company that has earned the distinction can tell you, achieving Gold Certified Partner status is no easy feat. Congratulations to the following organizations that have recently joined Microsoft's top partner group:

Bluecube Technology Solutions Ltd.
Based: Milton Keynes, U.K.
Line of Business: Consulting; provider of Microsoft solutions
Became Gold Certified: January 2009
Microsoft Competencies: Information Worker and Network Infrastructure Solutions; Small Business Specialist
www.bluecube.uk.com

Filetek Inc.
Based: Rockville, Md.
Line of Business: Provider of information- and data-management software
Became Gold Certified: October 2008
Microsoft Competency: ISV/Software Solutions
www.filetek.com

Gemcom Software International Inc.
Based: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Line of Business: Supplier of specialized mining productivity solutions
Became Gold Certified: January 2009
Microsoft Competencies: ISV/Software and Networking Infrastructure Solutions
www.gemcomsoftware.com

Inforonics LLC
Based: Littleton, Mass.
Line of Business: Provider of managed services and outsourced IT support
Became Gold Certified: October 2008
Microsoft Competencies: Network Infrastructure Solutions; Small Business Specialist
www.inforonics.com

Proximex Corp.
Based: Sunnyvale, Calif.
Line of Business: Developer of physical security information management products
Became Gold Certified: January 2009
Microsoft Competency: ISV/Software Solutions
www.proximex.com

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