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Wipro adopts MS' Visual Studio Team System

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BANGALORE: Wipro Technologies, the global IT services division of Wipro imited today announced support for the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System and looks forward to driving better integration between developers and IT administrators. Wipro feels confident that this will make designing, developing, and deploying applications a more efficient and predictable process.

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Visual Studio 2005 Team System is an extensible lifecycle tools platform that enables development teams to collaborate more effectively on the delivery of service-oriented solutions. The system will feature improved support for distributed, team-oriented enterprise application development.



"We look forward to delivering greater ROI to our customers through the productivity and rich integration capabilities (with the Microsoft Office System and SQL Server 2005) of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. The enhanced features that excite our developers include project team collaboration, IDE improvements and the introduction of 'ClickOnce' technology," said Gary O'Neal, Strategic Business Unit Head, Global Microsoft Business Unit - Wipro Technologies.



Wipro is a strategic partner for a number of Microsoft Corp.'s products and has focused on delivering .NET-connected solutions since 2001 and is committed to providing leading-edge consulting and solution frameworks. "We are confident that the release of Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 will provide a competitive edge to our customers," O'Neal added.

"Microsoft is pleased that Wipro will support Visual Studio 2005 Team System," said Rick LaPlante, General Manager for Visual Studio 2005 Team System at Microsoft. "For Microsoft, and developers around the world, Visual Studio Team System heralds a new era of collaboration, innovation and integration. With the help of our global partners like Wipro, customers will undoubtedly see immediate benefits from building service-oriented applications using the .NET Framework."

 



 



 



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