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The Gold Club

As any company that has earned the distinction can tell you, achieving Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status is no easy feat. Congratulations to the following organizations that have recently joined Microsoft's top partner group:

Agility Business Solutions Inc.
Based: Cleveland, Ohio
Line of Business: Manufacturing and distribution consultant; specialist in Microsoft Dynamics AX
Founded: January 2007
Became Gold Certified: March 2007
Competency: Microsoft Business Solutions
URL: www.agilitybiz.net

General Informatics LLC
Based: Baton Rouge, La.
Line of Business: Specialist in IT infrastructure, managed services, business solutions and technical support
Founded: 2000
Became Gold Certified: April 2007
Competencies: Knowledge, Licensing and Networking Infrastructure Solutions
URL: www.geninf.com

Lighthouse1 LLC
Based: Minneapolis, Minn.
Line of Business: Provider of consumer-driven health-care administration solutions
Founded: 2003
Became Gold Certified: June 2007
Competencies: ISV/Software and Networking Infrastructure Solutions
URL: www.lighthouse1.com

Primitive Logic Inc.
Based: San Francisco, Calif.
Line of Business: Business consulting and IT services
Founded: 1984
Became Gold Certified: June 2007
Competencies: Data Management and Networking Infrastructure Solutions
URL: www.primitivelogic.com

The SoundSide Group
Based: Plymouth, N.C.
Line of Business: Systems integration and networking, custom business apps, infrastructure cabling, voice systems.
Founded: 2002
Became Gold Certified: November 2006
Competencies: Information Worker and Networking Infrastructure Solutions
URL: www.soundsidegroup.com

If your company has recently become Gold Certified for the first time, share the news in RCP! E-mail announcements with the information listed above to Executive Editor Anne Stuart at astuart@rcpmag.com with "Gold Club" in the subject line. Note that all Gold Club listings will be verified with Microsoft.

About the Author

Anne Stuart, the former executive editor of Redmond Channel Partner, is a business technology freelance writer based in Boston, Mass.

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