Perpetuum Software earns Intel Premier Elite Partner status

Ekaterina Nebogina
SWp_a_tm_rgb_prcs-present Perpetuum Software, a vendor of professional .NET components for reporting and data visualization, is glad to announce that it has earned Premier Elite Partner with Intel.

Perpetuum Software enrolled in the Intel Partner program early this year and finally got this heist possible partnership level with Intel. Being a Premier Elite partner enables us to provide affordable, high-performance and reliable software solutions. With enhanced resource access and availability of the latest technologies and support from Intel we are always on the edge and are able to offer software products that support these latest hardware and software technologies and platforms.
“Intel is a world leader in computer innovation. Being recognized by the leading company and getting support from it means that we are moving in the right direction and our customers will benefit from our partnership with Intel ”, says Eugene Akinshin CEO at Perpetuum Software.
Engaging into innovative technologies and investing in advanced software solutions is much easier and is made with greater confidence when the effort is acknowledged and supported by the industry leader such as Intel.
About Perpetuum Software:
Perpetuum Software LLC is a premier developer of .NET components and libraries for reporting and visualization intended for the creation of corporate applications in WinForms, WPF, HTML5, ASP.NET, Silverlight and WinRT. Thousands of enterprises in more than 70 countries use Perpetuum Software products to build robust applications and use them across all the main industries: from retail to aerospace.
About Intel Corporation:
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live.
From hardware and software engineering, to manufacturing and marketing, we’re looking for people who never stop thinking about tomorrow. We’re always looking for the next leap ahead in technology, education, culture, manufacturing, and social responsibility.

August 14th, 2013

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