TecInfo President Greg Hayman said, "I look forward to working with eDatCat and am excited to offer our customers a quality e-commerce solution.
We have been a big supporter of the eDatCat shopping cart software, and we certainly expect this partnership to enhance our services and reach a new realm of customers."TecInfo's
team of programmers will work to develop add-on modules for the eDatCat shopping cart system.Both companies have been veterans of the Internet industry in the Delta - TecInfo
was founded in 1995 in Leland, and Cleveland-based eDatCat
formed in 1999.Both companies expect the partnership to help them grow together and begin to offer e-commerce services to a much wider market.
...TecInfo President Greg Hayman said, "I am excited about the opportunities of becoming a Microsoft Certified Partner.
Partnerships and certifications enhance our ability to serve our customers.Our product offerings are certainly broadened by being able to provide expert Windows support and Windows Application Development." Microsoft Certified Partners
are independent companies that receive resources and training directly from Microsoft
to help them solve business challenges across industries for customers worldwide using Microsoft technology
.Microsoft Certified Partners
include many types of companies, such as systems integrators, custom application developers, application service providers, business consultants and training organizations that provide corporate customers with a varying range of services.Key service areas for Microsoft Certified Partners
are the development and implementation of commerce, knowledge management, business operations and infrastructure solutions.
...President Greg Hayman of TecInfo is noted saying, "It is exciting to have a Delta-based company operating in a number of states."He
also mentioned that they are currently planning to deploy DSL between the first and second quarter of 2001 in select cities of the Delta.