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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 (if your company has recently achieved this status, e-mail all of the information listed below to [email protected]):

Art2link Corp.
Based: Carmel, Indiana
Line of Business: Integrated systems solutions; MOSS, SQL Server, BizTalk and .NET Development
Because Gold Certified: February 2009
Microsoft Competencies: Information Worker Solutions, ISV/Software Solutions, Business Process and Integration Solutions, Small Business Specialist

Figtree Consulting Inc.
Based: Morris Plains, New Jersey
Line of Business: Custom and packaged software for finance; supports and enhances accounting systems for midsize manufacturers and distributors
Became Gold Certified: February 2009
Microsoft Competencies: ISV and Database Management

Solv Corp.
Based: Alpharetta, Georgia
Line of Business: Software developer and service provider
Became Gold Certified: January 2009
Microsoft Competencies: Custom Development and Mobility Solutions; SOA and Business Process; Small Business Specialist

Based: Knoxville, Tenn.
Line of Business: Consulting, debugging and training firm specializing in Microsoft .NET and Windows technologies
Became Gold Certified: February 2009
Microsoft Competencies: Custom Development Solutions, SOA and Business Processes, Data Management Solutions; Small Business Specialist

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Wendy Hernandez is group managing editor for the 1105 Enterprise Computing Group.


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