Irvine-based Neudesic, a private technology and computer services company, is celebrating 10 years of growth and recognition within the technology services industry.
The company was founded in 2002 with the goal of capitalizing on Microsoft’s upcoming .NET platform, and subsequently based its portfolio of services on the .NET software standard. A designated Microsoft National Systems Integrator & Gold ISV Partner, Neudesic provides a number of software products and services, including Azure, Dynamics CRM, SharePoint and various mobile services.
“In the early days after Anthony [Ferry], Tim [Marshall] and I started Neudesic, we had a couple of offices and a handful of people with passion for software and technology, and ideas of what it could do to make businesses more productive and efficient,” said CEO and co-founder Parsa Rohani. “Today that passion and those ideas have made us the trusted technology partner in business innovation, with hundreds of people in offices worldwide who now call Neudesic home.”
Over the course of its 10-year history, the firm has been recognized for its rapid growth. Within five years of its foundation, Inc. magazine honored Neudesic as one of America’s fastest growing private companies, a designation that it has earned for five consecutive years.
Neudesic’s partnership with Microsoft has led to a number of recognitions for quality of service with the platform’s various software products. Recently, Neudesic expanded its expertise into the cloud computing area; Microsoft invited the company to join its Azure Circle in tribute to the support it provides for the Microsoft cloud platform. Neudesic was also recently appointed to Microsoft’s Dynamics President’s Club, an exclusive group reserved for the top 5 percent of Dynamics partners worldwide.
“Our experts are leading the way in bringing practical, real-world solutions for customers to the cloud,” Rohani said.
The company was also recognized for its mobile computing services, also through the Microsoft software platform. It was named the 2011 Microsoft Mobility Business to Consumer Application Partner of the Year, due to the quality of the company’s mobile service products and enhanced consumer experience.
The company plans to move forward with several new projects in the near future, including HTML5 and social networking and collaboration. Pulse, an enterprise social collaboration tool, allows customers to add seamless integration and microblogging capability to any application or system.
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