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CRITICAL Manufacturing renews Microsoft Gold Partnership Status
September 30, 2013
CRITICAL Manufacturing, the company that created the next generation Manufacturing Execution System (MES) cmNavigo based entirely on Microsoft technologies, announced that it has retained the Microsoft Partner Network Gold Competency in Application Development.
“Once again, CRITICAL Manufacturing is very pleased to have its technical competency recognized within the demanding requirements of the Microsoft Partner Network. Being part of this restricted group since 2010 increases the confidence from our customers regarding the knowledge and support for Microsoft products and technologies” states Adélio Fernandes, CRITICAL Manufacturing’s VP for Technology.
“CRITICAL Manufacturing’s flagship product cmNavigo continues to be the leading innovative Manufacturing Execution System for advanced industries. It takes advantage of the integration, interoperability and feature rich Microsoft technology stack that enables a state-of-the-art user experience, world class performance and scalability while maintaining a low total cost of ownership” explains João Cortez, CRITICAL Manufacturing’s Product Manager. “Microsoft has been very innovative in providing a platform that allows CRITICAL Manufacturing to focus on the business aspects of the Manufacturing Execution System leveraging the Microsoft technology stack for the enterprise”, he adds.
CRITICAL Manufacturing retains the Gold Competency Status in Application Development competency that demonstrates the company’s countinued ability to develop solutions that leverage Microsoft Visual Studio and .Net to create the best customer IT solutions. The competency achievement demonstrates CRITICAL Manufacturing’s commitment to quality, innovation as well as the company’s strong knowledge on building advanced products and customized applications for advanced industries.
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