Active Templates Announces AT Template for 64 bit Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista
Oslo, February 5 2008, Active Templates AS (possibly the smallest Microsoft Gold Certified Partner worldwide), today announced that it will release AT Template with server functionality. Active Templates had with AT Template the first "Certified For" Windows Vista solution in Norway, and is now also among the first applications worldwide to achieve the "Certified For" Windows Server 2008 logo and the first of its kind. Active Templates is also the only Norwegian official international 2007 Microsoft Office System Solution Launch Partner.
AT Template assists in creating dialog box funcionality and automate tasks for your Microsoft Office document templates without programming. It speeds up the process of creating new document from templates, and is more reliable than the usual 'File/Save As' approach. This tool will keep the costs related to developing and maintenance of automated templates to a fraction of the costs of traditional programming, making it possible to automate many more document templates in your organization. It is designed to handle the most complex template scenarios for major organizations,and potentially reduce the number of physical templates needed to a fraction of the current number of template files
"Active Templates challenges organizations with a library of document templates that may have become hard to maintain, upgrade or use to check out how Active Templates can come to rescue with consultancy and AT Template," says Geir Olav Heiene, CEO , Active Templates ."By working with Microsoft, we feel confident that AT Template will provide users of Windows Server 2008 as well as Windows Vista with enhanced reliability, security and compatibility. AT Template is mainly a client application, but now also with an optional server side component for information lookup in the security context of a service account. We feel that being Certified for Windows Server 2008 is also important because the AT Template client is often running in a Terminal Services environment."
Windows Server 2008 software certification comprises approximately 100 test cases that independently confirm an applications compliance with best practices for compatibility, security, reliability, and availability on the new platform. The certification identifies top-performing technologies that are ready to deploy in mission-critical environments.
Founded in 1999, Active Templates is dedicated to Microsoft Office automation with emphasis on Microsoft Office Word. Active Templates is represented in Norway and Sweden. Active Templates earned in 2007 both status as a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and Small Business Specialist. Active Templates is also Microsoft Packaged Service approved (Desktop Deployment Planning Service - DDPS).
Active Templates achieving Solution Launch Partner status for the 2007 Microsoft Office System
Microsoft recognizes Active Templates for its early adoption and expertise in delivering solutions based on
2007 Office System.Oslo, Norway, March 2, 2007: Today Microsoft designated Active Templates a 2007 Office System Solution Launch Partner status.
The program is a recognition to partners being early adopters of Office 2007 features, and have taken extra steps to design and develop a solution using the 2007 Microsoft Office System, and enhancing the solution in the Office System Solution Directory (OSSD) with a set of solution collateral.
Among the benefits are:
presence during and after the 2007 Office system launch
eligibility to be included on the Solution Showcase for 2007 Office system
Allows Active Templates to associate the Launch Partner logo with AT Template™
to indicate that Active Templates has the full support of Microsoft
Geir Olav Heiene, Manager of Active Templates and the designer of AT Template, states:
"We are proud being named a 2007 Office System Solution Launch Partner. This recognition, together with the
eligibility to be profiled in Microsoft's Information Worker campaigns, will give us a new visibility in the market."