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DMTI Spatial Achieves Gold Certified Partner Status in Microsoft Partner Program

Friday, June 29, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

Markham, ON – June 28, 2007. DMTI Spatial (DMTI), a leading provider of enterprise location intelligence solutions announced today that it has achieved the status of Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, reaching the highest level in the Custom Development Solution (Web) category. This certification positions DMTI to deliver enterprise-scaled Location Intelligence solutions while ensuring seamless integration with Microsoft products.
“Our customers are looking for enterprise solutions that are built on robust and solid platforms. As their trusted advisor and service provider in the Location Intelligence domain, DMTI is building its solutions using the highest industry standards,” said Misha Byalik, SVP Research and Development at DMTI Spatial. “Microsoft’s recognition of DMTI as a new Microsoft Gold Certified Partner is tangible evidence of our ability to deliver Location Intelligence solutions to the utmost level of customer satisfaction”

The Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Program benefits customers by allowing them to easily identify the solution providers that are best suited for their needs. DMTI now receives extensive engineering and technical support, training and software resources from Microsoft, to further excel its custom web development solutions.
“This achievement is a testament to the growing relationship we are developing with Microsoft,“ said Alex MacKay, CEO of DMTI Spatial. “Reaching Microsoft Gold Partner status underscores our commitment to providing highly functional enterprise location intelligence solutions to customers and partners that easily integrate with market leading products.”




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