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Shinetech Software Inc. Earns Microsoft Gold Competency in Software Development

Achievement marks Shinetech's sixth consecutive year as a Microsoft Certified Partner

NEW YORK, LONDON and BEIJING, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --  Shinetech Software Inc., a leading agile application development outsourcing provider, today announced that the company has "struck gold" by earning the 2012 Microsoft Gold Competency in Software Development. 

This achievement, which distinguishes Shinetech among the best-in-class Microsoft Partners worldwide, also marks the sixth consecutive year that Shinetech has secured the status of Microsoft Certified Partner.

According to Microsoft, earning the prestigious Gold Competency demonstrates that a company offers the highest level of expertise and achievement within a given specialization using the latest Microsoft technology.  Achieving the Gold Competency in Software Development demonstrates superior expertise at developing application solutions that have undergone a rigorous and auditable process while meeting Microsoft customers' evolving needs.

"Earning a Gold Competency reflects our consistent commitment to providing highly skilled staff to deliver superior solutions and the highest levels of customer satisfaction," said John Vanderpool, Vice President of Global Operations for Shinetech. "We are proud to be counted among the only 1 percent of Microsoft partners worldwide that have earned this degree of proficiency."

About Shinetech Software, Inc.
Shinetech Software is a global leader in providing application development outsourcing, testing, systems integration, and solution delivery services from cost competitive, high-skilled operations centers in China. Over the past 10 years, Shinetech has accumulated extensive experience in the financial, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications, media, software, government, energy, education, e-commerce, and online gaming sectors. Our experience with various technologies and industries enables us to successfully adapt to our client's diverse needs ensuring successful project execution.  Shinetech is also recognized as a leader in Agile development, leveraging Scrum and XP expertise.  Shinetech combines the highest quality talent and project-management capabilities with the convenience and customer service expected from a global service provider.  Headquartered in Beijing, the company has offices in New York, London, Shanghai, and Suzhou.  To learn more, visit www.shinetechchina.com.

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