Microsoft Renews Agreement with VIAcode

VIAcode announced that Microsoft has signed a renewed alliance agreement with Company that extends the relationship for another two years. Under the terms of the agreement, Microsoft will continue to promote software solutions designed and developed by VIAcode that add value and efficiency to the Microsoft System Center family of products. In addition, Microsoft plans to work with VIAcode on the creation of new software applications addressing various components of Microsoft System Center during the next 24 months. The two companies also plan to pursue the creation of jointly-authored collateral materials and white papers focused on these new software applications and components.  "VIAcode is delighted by Microsoft’s decision to extend our official relationship for another two years," said VIAcode Practice Leader, Roman Yuferev. "We have enjoyed a unique relationship with the System Center team whose insight has helped us to create a suite of components that enhance the performance of Microsoft System Center, the most widely used IT management suite for data centers around the world," he continued. Read the full press release here.



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