Stardraw.com announces Windows 7 certification
Software provider Stardraw.com is proud to announce that their multi-award-winning applications Stardraw Control 2010 and Stardraw A/V 2007 have been certified to run on Microsoft's all-new operating system, Windows 7 which is scheduled for launch on October 22nd 2009. RackTools 3.5, an OEM solution that is powered by a Stardraw engine, has also received Windows 7 certification.
According to Stardraw marketing director Rob Robinson, accreditations such as these are an important way for Stardraw to add value to and indeed enhance the functionality of their product range. "In addition to Vista and now Windows 7 certification for our products, Stardraw.com is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and an Autodesk Authorized Developer," said Robinson. "As well as recognizing our technical competence as a software developer, partnership programs like these give us access to a rich set of benefits such as training and support, all of which help to extend our competitive edge in the market and better serve our licensed user base which now amounts to nearly 30,000 individuals in 68 countries."
Notes to Editor
Since 1995 Stardraw.com has been a leading provider of software solutions to the
entertainment technology sector, offering a range of award-winning system design,
documentation and control applications as well as providing OEM software solutions
for corporate customers. With offices in London and New York, regional partners
and an installed customer base of almost 40,000 users spanning 82 countries,
Stardraw.com is focussed on serving the international marketplace, and delivers
leading-edge solutions that exploit the very latest in software technologies.
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