11 Jul 2012 – Juriba Limited is delighted to announce that today it has been awarded Microsoft Gold Partner status by completing the tests required for the ISV (Independent Software Vendor) competency. This increase in status, alongside recent acceptance into the Microsoft System Center Alliance (SCA), reaffirms Juriba’s commitment to building its solutions on Microsoft technology, and in supporting Microsoft technology utilised within customers’ desktop management framework.
Speaking recently, Barry Angell, CTO at Juriba stated, “From day one, we have focussed on both building on and supporting Microsoft technology within our Dashworks product. This includes out of the box connectors for SMS/SCCM and Active Directory to simplify customer installation. Our Dashworks product suite continues to build upon the standard platforms of Windows Server, IIS and SQL to deliver the required scalability and performance for our expanding customer base.”
Back in 2009, Juriba worked with the Microsoft infrastructure teams to ensure that the Dashworks product would work seamlessly with some of the largest desktop management infrastructures in the world. “Microsoft was able to give us important knowledge, advice and guidance during the critical design phase of Dashworks” continues Angell. “Without their input, it is unlikely that our product suite would effortlessly scale in the way that it does today.”
In order to achieve gold status, Juriba had to complete some rigorous tests including product certification, employing Microsoft qualified personnel, gathering customer satisfaction surveys and working with customers to provide references for successful Dashworks implementations across the globe.
Juriba’s Dashworks product has successfully readied over 750,000 enterprise users globally for deployment to Windows 7 and virtualisation technology. In helping both direct customers and service integrators alike to reduce the risk, cost and resource required to manage the migration, Dashworks continues to enable the fastest migration programmes in the world.