Cartasite earns Microsoft Certified Partner status

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Cartasite, a provider of remote monitoring solutions for fleet management, has announced that it has achieved recognition as a Microsoft Certified Partner, with an ISV/software solutions competency. As a Microsoft Certified Partner, Cartasite has demonstrated expertise with Microsoft technologies and a proven ability to meet customer needs.

“Only companies that have demonstrated high levels of customer service, proven experience and attained advanced certification receive the designation of Microsoft Certified Partner,” says Allison Watson, vice president of the Worldwide Partner Sales and Marketing Group at Microsoft Corp. “Today, Cartasite has been recognized for its skills and expertise in providing customer satisfaction with Microsoft products and technology.”

Cartasite uses Microsoft software, wireless technology and the Global Positioning System to monitor the location, state and condition of remote assets, supply chains and distribution networks, while issuing real-time alerts for situations that require immediate action. Cartasite technology is suited for a number of applications and several vertical markets, including pickup and delivery, food and beverage distribution, auto OEM, and car and truck rental.

Cartasite utilizes Microsoft BizTalk Server for integration, the Virtual Earth platform for mapping and geofencing, Microsoft SQL Server for high-volume telemetry processing, and Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server, enabling rapid customization to meet specific workflow and business process. Together, these technologies empower Cartasite to deliver solutions to the marketplace that integrate tightly with the systems its customers already use and generate measurable economic and operational benefit.

“Microsoft’s technology provided us with the foundation that we needed to build our business,” says David Bingaman, chief operating officer of Denver-based Cartasite. “Earning Certified Partner status affirms our commitment to Microsoft technologies.”