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Pariveda Solutions Opens Denver Office

Pariveda Solutions, one of 33 Microsoft National Systems Integrator partners, is opening an office in Denver, solidifying an already existing presence in the city.

The Dallas-based company announced the move on Wednesday. The formal move comes a month after Microsoft recognized Pariveda's work in Denver with a 2012 Technology Innovation Award for a global Microsoft Dynamics CRM system for Ball Corp.

"Our local Denver team is extremely excited about our growth and having this new space will fuel new connections in the community," said DJ Wardynski, vice president of the Denver Office, in a statement.

Pariveda CEO Bruce Ballengee added that the location will increase Pariveda's profile in the Denver business network. According to the news release on the office opening, Pariveda has eight offices around the country.

Pariveda has gold competencies in the Microsoft Partner Network in Business Intelligence, Content Management, CRM, Digital Marketing, Portals and Collaboration, Software Development and Web Development. Microsoft also named Pariveda to the Windows Azure Circle in January.

Posted by Scott Bekker on April 04, 2012


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