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CDC Software wins Microsoft Worldwide Partner award
A wholly-owned subsidiary of CDC Corporation, CDC Software, recently announced it has been selected as a 2009 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference Awards winner in Information Worker Solutions, Office Solutions Development
CDC SOFTWARE, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CDC Corporation and a provider of industry-specific enterprise software applications and business services, announced it has been selected as a 2009 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference Awards winner in Information Worker Solutions, Office Solutions Development. CDC Software was chosen from an international field of top Microsoft partners for delivering market-leading customer solutions built on Microsoft technology.

“It is a privilege to be honoured by Microsoft with such a prestigious recognition,” said Tom Fallucco, Global director of Strategic Alliances, CDC Software. “This award is a testament to the strength of both companies’ commitment to collaboration on delivering powerful and easy-to-use solutions designed for today’s mid-market and enterprise organisations. With the launch of Pivotal CRM 6.0, CDC Software and Microsoft have leveraged Microsoft technology and help accelerate the speed-to-market of easy-to-use applications with user-friendly Microsoft Office user interfaces.”

“What makes me more proud about this award is that most part of Pivotal 6.0 was developed in our Bangalore center. A great testament to the cutting edge technology work that we do in India," said Nagaraja Prakasam, Managing Director – India, CDC Software.

According to Microsoft, the Information Worker Solutions, Office Solutions Development Partner of the Year award recognises partners, who have excelled in offering innovative Microsoft Office system solutions. The winning partner’s technology and marketing offerings have increased its customers’ employee productivity and assisted them in connecting with their business partners and customers.

“CDC Software has created solutions that have empowered customers to extend the value of their Microsoft investments and lower their total cost of ownership,” said Alexandre Pombo, Senior Director, Microsoft Corporation. “Microsoft is proud to recognize CDC Software Corporation as the Information Worker Solutions and Office Solutions Development Partner of the Year. Their Pivotal CRM 6.0 solution has provided customers with increased efficiency by enabling their users to complete the majority of their daily tasks in a single application and allowing them to more easily complete end-to-end business processes.”

Pivotal CRM 6.0 is a newly designed customer relationship management platform based on Microsoft.NET Framework 3.5, Windows Vista, Windows Server, and Microsoft’s SQL Server. It provides task-based navigation, embedded Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Office System 2007 applications, easy customisation, a smart client user interface, high-user adoption and a low total cost of ownership (TCO).

The tight integration with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 (including calendaring, task and e-mail capabilities) within the platform allows users to complete much of their daily work without having to leave their CRM system. Pivotal 6.0’s newest features also provide easier customisation, enhanced searching and reporting capabilities, the flexibility to conform to an organisation’s way of doing business and ease of use, all of which helps to increase user adoption and lead to overall higher worker productivity.

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