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Microsoft awards StorageCraft gold ISV competency

09 May 2012

Data protection software vendors StorageCraft have achieved gold Independent Software Vendor (ISV) competency in the Microsoft Partner Network.

The company produces backup, disaster recovery and system migration solutions for laptops, desktops and servers, and as a gold partner will benefit from increased customer visibility through branding, training and support.

Greg Wyman, regional vice president, Asia Pacific for StorageCraft, says the company had to complete a rigorous series of tests to prove their technology expertise.

"This latest accolade vindicates our commitment to Microsoft-based solutions,” Wyman says, "and assures our partners and customers that they will continue to benefit from leading edge solutions.”

StorageCraft’s New Zealand partners are Datastor and Soft Solutions.

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