Fenestrae renews its Microsoft Gold ISV Competency for 2012

The Hague, 23.01.2012 – Fenestrae has been a Microsoft Partner since the 1990s and can look back on a strong and successful relationship. At the end of 2010, Microsoft introduced its new Microsoft Partner Network and raised the requirements for being a partner with gold competencies in specifies areas. Since then Fenestrae has been able to achieve the Gold Independent Software Vendor competency and will again keep its Gold status in 2012.

Fenestrae’s messaging and communication solutions offer seamless integration with Microsoft-based infrastructures and application environments including Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SharePoint with no requirement for client-side software, vastly simplifying deployments and administration. UDOCX, Fenestrae’s latest offering, provides cloud-based applications which integrate multifunctional peripherals (all-in-one copy/scan/print devices) with Office 365, SharePoint Online, and on-premise Microsoft solutions via the touch screen display of the device. UDOCX improves efficiency, accuracy, and compliance by providing one-click access to complex and/or repetitive tasks including Scan-to-SharePoint, Scan-to-Drafts, and Print-From-SharePoint.  Fenestrae is the first and only company to launch a cloud-based solution supporting multiple brands of multifunctional peripherals as exemplified by their participation in the Microsoft Cloud Essentials program.

Fenestrae is best known for its Faxination line of products which are flexible and scalable fax and mobile messaging solutions used by SMB and enterprise-level customers throughout the world. By extending those technologies to include multifunctional peripherals, it is now possible for organizations to optimize their digital document management and workflow strategies. Participation in Microsoft’s partner programs has helped Fenestrae to identify gaps in unified communication workflows and develop solutions to fill those gaps.

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