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Partner Watch, August 31

Adomo Inc. releases a voice-messaging platform for Exchange and Active Directory.

Adomo Inc., a provider of multi-vendor voice and messaging solutions for the enterprise, Monday announced the general availability of Adomo Voice Messaging for Exchange. Designed as a universal voice messaging platform that integrates with Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory, Adomo Voice Messaging for Exchange addresses the disparate mix of telephony components -- legacy PBXs, Voice over IP (VoIP) technologies/IP-PBXs, and smartphones/PDAs.

Adomo is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner based in Cupertino, Calif.

Here's what else is happening in the partner world this week:

Other Recent Partner Sightings
Recently Certified
  • DynTek Inc. (Irvine, Calif.) - IT security, advanced network infrastructure, VoIP and access infrastructure solutions provider; Security Solutions, Advanced Infrastructure, Information Worker Competencies; Gold Certified, Aug. 30.
  • eLinear Inc. (Houston, Texas) - integrated communications, security and compliance solutions provider; Advanced Infrastructure Competency; Certified, Aug. 25.
  • Ross Solutions (Atlanta, Georgia) - enterprise software solutions for manufacturing provider; Microsoft Business Solutions Competency; Gold Certified, Aug. 30.
  • StrataCare Inc. (Irvine, Calif.) - bill review software solutions and service provider; ISV/Software Solutions Competency; Gold Certified, Aug. 30.

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