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Jaama achieves Microsoft Gold standard

Microsoft Partner Gold

Fleet industry asset management software system provider Jaama has achieved Microsoft Gold accreditation.

The company’s Key2 vehicle management software is built for the Microsoft.NET framework and using ‘Smart Client’ technology, gold competency demonstrates best-in-breed capability.

To achieve Microsoft Gold competency, Jaama completed a rigorous series of tests to prove its level of technology expertise.

Martin Evans, managing director of Jaama, said: “Jaama is proud to have achieved gold application development competency in the Microsoft Partner Network.

"The achievement demonstrates the company’s ability to meet customers’ evolving needs in today’s fast-moving business operating environment.”

 


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