Matevž Gačnik, Gama System CTO has extended his Microsoft Regional Director title. Renomination confirms his technical excellence in Microsoft technologies and at the same time acknowledges Microsoft's tight cooperation with its partner companies. Regional directors are not Microsoft employees, but independent professionals, chosen for their role in local developer and architect communities. Their exposure in technical events and their achievements are honored by the Microsoft Regional Director award.
Matevž Gačnik obtained a title of Microsoft Regional Director for the years 2010 and 2011. Microsoft Regional Directors are independent developers and software architects, chosen for their leading role in developer communities. The main occupation of Regional Directors is cooperation with large customer companies and local developer community and exchange of technology details between Microsoft and the community.
»Matevž Gačnik Regional Director nomination confirms the quality of domestic knowledge.« said Boštjan Stražar, Developer & Platform Group Manager, Microsoft. »This title enables local developers to exchange deep down technology information with Microsoft and allows them to choose right technologies for the demanding projects.«
Matevž Gačnik is one of the leading professionals in the area of information technologies, also a long time Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in the area of solution architectures. He is one of the few professionals in the world having both titles. Gačnik cooperates with Microsoft's System.ServiceModel development team in Redmond and actively follows the area of service oriented architectures.
»This reelection deepens our cooperation with Microsoft,« said Matevž Gačnik, CTO, Gama System. »Due to impact of product development on the advancement of local information technology it is important to distribute correct and expert technology decisions throughout our market.«
Gama System is one of the most prominent Mictosoft Gold Partners. A few weeks ago, Gama System also certified it's core product, Gama System eDocs, for Windows 7 operating system.