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New Zealand based company AfterMail named finalist at Microsoft Partner Awards
Posted on 24-Jun-2005 20:51 | Tags Filed under: News



Enterprise Email Intelligence provider AfterMail Limited today announced it is a finalist in this years’ Microsoft Worldwide Partner Awards Program.

The awards recognize Microsoft Partners globally for products and solutions that showcase Microsoft technologies.

AfterMail has been selected as a finalist in the ISV/Software Solutions Competency, a program designed to assist Microsoft Certified Partners and Gold Certified Partners that specialize in developing and marketing packaged software solutions based on Microsoft technologies.

AfterMail is a next generation email management solution that transforms email into enterprise information. AfterMail solves the existing problems of archiving, compliance, storage and knowledge management while also providing a platform for email enabling line of business applications.

“We are delighted to be named a finalist for this prestigious, global award,” said Rod Drury, Chief Executive Officer. “Winning global recognition is a key part of our strategy in building a global software business.”

AfterMail utilises the latest Microsoft .NET technologies to develop its core product, also called AfterMail. The focus on .NET has enabled the organisation to use focused development resources to achieve significant results.

“AfterMail is a next generation solution that’s been developed using the latest Microsoft technologies, and these capabilities have enabled us to quickly develop a powerful solution. The Microsoft Partner community allows us to quickly build out relationships around the globe,” said Mr Drury.

The winners of the Microsoft Partner Awards will be announced at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota on 9 July 2005.

AfterMail is currently a Microsoft Certified Partner and is enrolled in the Microsoft ISV/Software Solutions Competency.




More information: http://www.aftermail.com...




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