Gold for keytech - the PLM and DMS Supplier from the Ruhr Area renews their Microsoft Gold Application Development Partner Status
For the 15th time keytech reached the highest partner status that Microsoft rewards in its application development program. Microsoft’s requirements for awarding this status are, for good reason, not insignificant. To become a Gold Application Development Partner software suppliers must fulfill a host of requirements.
In addition to the relevant application passing the Gold Competency test for Windows 8, companies must also provide customer references and show customer satisfaction via a questionnaire. This process is centrally managed and evaluated by Microsoft.
“The deep and enduring integration within the Microsoft environment has always been a priority for us,” says Dr. Reiner Heimsoth. “Right now it appears that mobile devices and the rise of the “Bring Your Own Device” philosophy is somewhat softening Microsoft’s dominance in the business arena. Our experience shows however, that as before our customers are primarily using Windows,” explains the CEO of keytech, supplier of a PLM and DMS software with an integrated planning tool.
keytech Software GmbH has made it very clear, not least with the development of the keytech explorer apps family, that they wish to provide keytech users with a user interface that is customized to the relevant operating system and end device.
This applies equally to the classical desktop environment, where the deep integration within the Microsoft world and the fast adaptation to new technologies are central building blocks to their strategy in this area.
With reference to the user interface, which keytech adapted very early to the .NET technology, as well as with reference to the integration of current Microsoft Office products keytech offers their customers a highly technical solution, proven once again with the renewal of their Microsoft Partner status.
keytech Software GmbH
keytech Software GmbH, Recklinghausen
keytech Software GmbH was founded in 1993 and specializes in optimizing business processes within the product life cycle. With more than 20,000 users worldwide and more than 30 years experience in software development, keytech is a leader in the German-speaking market. keytech supports its customers as they implement their PLM ideas in their companies and they take into account existing processes during the implementation.
As one of just a few independent PLM suppliers keytech offers interfaces with well-known CAD programs such as SOLIDWORKS, CATIA, Inventor, Solid Edge, AutoCAD, EPLAN and others. keytech’s years of experience with many ERP interfaces is the basis for the successful linking of systems. In the past keytech already implemented interfaces to well-known ERP systems such as SAP, PSI, Microsoft Dynamics NAV, SIVA, ABAS and ISSOS. At the beginning of 2010 the product portfolio was expanded to become a fully-fledged DMS system enabling access to revision-secure data, company-wide in real time. With this expansion keytech joined the PLM and DMS worlds into one system.
keytech Süd GmbH, Sulz a. N.
Since 2011 keytech Süd GmbH has been operating as a subsidiary of keytech Software GmbH. This location was founded to provide customers and potential customers in the heart of Southern Germany as well as Austria and Switzerland with a geographically closer sales partner – CEO Frank Schlupp took over direct customer liaison and support with a team of eleven employees. With more than 20 years experience in the CAD/CAM and PLM industries keytech can optimize well-engineered and practical solutions for PLM and DMS with effective and comprehensive implementation. We now support and advise more than 100 customers. An active partner network with well-known manufacturers and regional companies enables us to provide solutions that are optimally customized to our customers’ needs.
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