Pervasive WebDI One of the First on Microsoft Windows Azure Marketplace

Microsoft's Windows Azure Marketplace is still new, with relatively few applications, but you can count Pervasive Software's WebDI as one of the first to be selected and validated by Microsoft for inclusion. As of today, Pervasive WebDI is available on the Windows Azure Marketplace.

Pervasive WebDI is an Electronic Document Interchange (EDI) service application that runs on Microsoft Windows Azure cloud platform. By streamlining the business to business (B2B) document exchange for various industries including oil and gas, healthcare and others, Pervasive has received Microsoft Gold Independent Software Vendor Competency status.

Microsoft's Windows Azure Marketplace is still new, with relatively few applications, but you can count Pervasive Software's WebDI as one of the first to be selected and validated by Microsoft for inclusion. As of today, Pervasive WebDI is available on the Windows Azure Marketplace.

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