July 17, 2012

Oxagile joins the global Microsoft Partner Network to deliver added value services to its customers. Oxagile .Net department boasts to have one of the most solid knowledge bases and time-tested skills in the company, and now proves its world-class .Net development excellence by attaining the Microsoft Silver Web Development Competency.

The status of a Microsoft Silver Partner gives Oxagile .Net developers access to the best community resources and leading edge Microsoft development tools to bring the best software solutions to its clients. Oxagile team will be able to take advantage of the firsthand .Net knowledge and stay tuned with the latest Microsoft product releases and updates; while company clients will get knowledgeable advisory and consultancy services from Oxagile in-house Microsoft certified sales professionals at the very early stages of a project.

Oxagile .Net team has a strong focus on business solutions and gathers top-talented Microsoft certified developers, who have hands-on experience to translate sophisticated logic and complex back-end computations into a sleek and simple front-end experience for enterprise purposes. Oxagile .Net department is notable for its clockwork development process and a mature, visionary project management approach. This maturity and savvy approach have been paid-off by high customer appraisal and long-term collaboration stories.

With excellent understanding of Microsoft technologies from .Net Framework to Silverlight to WPF, WCF and others, and now prime product support right from Microsoft experts, Oxagile team has everything at their fingertips to create the best-of-breed solutions.

Yet the company is not planning to stop at this point. Oxagile looks far beyond this recognition as the team is developing its skills and competence. The company is making ambitious plans to establish a foothold in the Microsoft Partner Network and gain the top Microsoft Partner credit – the Microsoft Gold Competency. Oxagile is expecting to qualify as a Gold Partner within the next few months.

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