Microimage’s partnership and engagement with Microsoft Sri Lanka as a Committed Independent Software Vendor over the past several years was recognised at the recently concluded Annual Partner Awards event.
Microimage is a leading technology innovator based out of Sri Lanka with market presence for its products both regionally and globally. The company’s core platform products are based on Microsoft technologies and it been a loyal partner throughout its history.
Microsoft Sri Lanka’s Country Manager Sriyan de SilvaWijeyeratne commended Microimage’s loyalty, commitment and innovative product development based on Microsoft technologies and platforms.
Commenting on the inexorable passion and drive with which the company has come to the forefront in the Sri Lankan software development industry, Wijeyeratne stated: “Microimage is indeed a trailblazer among the local ISVs. They have positioned themselves above the board by committing to deliver best of the class products that carry the stamp of reliability and quality. They have always been one of Microsoft’s greatest champions but also one our critiques who constantly push us towards greater heights, which I account to their passionate leadership. The support and feedback we have got from them over the years are truly valued as we know they come with deep sincerity and true loyalty. We at Microsoft value this spirit and take pride in partnerships such as this that has tremendously helped us grow together to reach where we are today.”
Microimage has developed very innovative products using Microsoft technologies that have won many accolades and recognition in Sri Lanka as well as across the world. Some of the noteworthy products, which use Microsoft technologies, are enterprise Human Capital Management Solution – HCM and its flagship radio automation platform – mStudio.
Apart from using Microsoft technologies for development, Microimage utilises some of the world-class infrastructure products by Microsoft to deploy its solutions.
Microimage mStudio Radio automation deployments include application clustering and SQL replications using Windows Server Enterprise edition and SQL server products.
The company also uses Visual Studio development platform together with other interesting Microsoft technologies such as DirectX and Silverlight, in the software development front.
“It is a great honour to be the only Independent Software Vendor recognised for our valued partnership with Microsoft at the annual partner awards,” said Harsha Purasinghe, CEO of Microimage. “We have been a leading products and solutions developer for Microsoft platforms since our inception.
Apart from using Microsoft technologies for development and deployment, the company has played a pivotal role in supporting Microsoft’s Language Localisation efforts for many years. It was indeed a very rewarding experience to have played a significant role together with Microsoft Sri Lanka for Microsoft’s Windows localisation work.”
Microimage is perhaps Sri Lanka’s most successful college start up which had its humble beginnings back in 1995, today operating as two successful business entities, namely Microimage and Microimage Mobile Media.
The company is a leader in providing human resource solutions, media/broadcast automation solutions and innovative mobile applications for local, regional and global clients. Microimage has won many local and global awards for its products and innovations over the years. Some of the key products include Microimage HCM Enterprise HRIS, mStudio Radio Automation and vStation Video Platform.