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We're Now a Microsoft Certified Partner

We recently joined the Microsoft Certified Partner program. Membership was achieved through application testing and customer referral (non-profit, corporate, and government agencies). GoAnywhere Director [renamed GoAnywhere MFT in 2015] application was tested by a third-party on both Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008, both on native and virtualized servers. We also met the Customer Satisfaction requirements of the program.

GoAnywhere maintains high levels of customer satisfaction through their support, quality software, and ongoing development for the Microsoft Windows platforms. We understand that in a diverse global economy customers require quality applications that are supported by a partner dedicated to their success.

 

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