Talentica Achieves Gold Web Development Competency in the Microsoft Partner Network

Pune, India (PressExposure) January 23, 2012 -- Talentica Software today announced that it has achieved a Gold Web Development Competency in the Microsoft Partner Network, demonstrating its ability to meet Microsoft customers' evolving needs in today's dynamic business environment. To earn a Microsoft Gold Competency, organizations must complete a rigorous set of tests to prove their level of technology expertise, have the right number of Microsoft Certified Professionals, submit customer references and demonstrate their commitment to customer satisfaction by participating in an annual survey.

Talentica helps technology companies transform their ideas into successful products. Our customers are small and midsized product companies across USA and Europe. We help startups as well as established product companies take advantage of global talent to reduce time to market and cut R&D costs with our unique Build-Operate-Transfer model.

Gold Web Development Competency differentiates us from the competition and establishes us as market leaders, further demonstrating our commitment to serving the needs of customers relying on Microsoft-based solutions," said Manjusha Madabushi, CTO of Talentica Software. "We look forward to helping our customers keep up with the changing business needs by continuing to focus on today's technology trends."

"The Microsoft Partner Network is designed to empower solution providers to succeed in today's business environment. By achieving the prestigious Gold competency, participating companies are provided with a rich set of benefits, including increased customer visibility through branding and accessibility, training and support," said Jon Roskill, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft Corp. "We are proud to put forth a program that provides the right resources to help a company develop the expertise customers demand in today's competitive market and also provides the community and infrastructure that can connect them to one another, lowering costs for all parties."

The Microsoft Gold Competency signifies to the market that a company has demonstrated the highest level of skill and achievement within a given technology specialization. All 29 Microsoft competencies are designed to help differentiate a partner's specific technology capabilities, helping customers find solution providers quickly and easily. Each competency has a unique set of requirements and benefits, formulated to accurately represent the specific skills and services that partners bring to the industry.

By attaining a Gold Web Development competency we position our company to meet market demands for web applications that continues to grow at a rapid pace. The tools, training, resources, and support received can be used to deliver web applications that win customer confidence and accelerate sales. There is also access to internal-use software that can help develop innovative solutions on the latest technologies.

The Microsoft Partner Network is designed to equip organizations that deliver products and services based on the Microsoft platform with the training, resources and support they need to provide their customers a superior experience and outcomes.

About Talentica Software

At Talentica, we help technology companies transform their ideas into successful products. We have successfully built core intellectual property for several customers in their journey from pre-funded startups to a profitable acquisition. We have the deep technological expertise, proven track record and unique methodology to build products successfully. Our customers include some of the most innovative product companies across USA and Europe. For more information on Talentica Software, visit http://www.talentica.com.

For more information, press only, Contact: Poushali Ganguly, Talentica Software, +91 20 4075 1111 poushalig@talentica.com

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Press Release Submitted On: January 23, 2012 at 3:21 am
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