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Skyline Technologies Achieves Kentico Development and Integration Competency

Jan 24, 2017
 
Skyline Technologies, a Wisconsin-based consultancy focused on mobile, web, and app development, is proud to announce that it has achieved Kentico Development and Integration Competency. The Kentico partner ecosystem includes more than 1,000 partners worldwide and an elite group–typically less than 5%–reach this level of certification.
 
Custom Development and Third-Party Integration
Development and Integration Competency is awarded to Kentico Gold Partners that have successfully developed and launched large and demanding websites requiring integration with third-party solutions (CRMs, ERPs) or custom development.
 
To obtain this certification, Skyline submitted the following case studies as representative samples of the work the organization routinely completes: “We’re delighted to see partners invest this level of time, energy, and sweat equity into the program,” commented Dana Tousova, Channel Marketing Manager at Kentico. Our technology plus their service and expertise add up to a winning combination for a growing number of midsize and larger companies.”
 
Kentico Marketplace Submission
In addition, the team needed to demonstrate knowledge of and commitment to the platform by creating a web part for the Kentico Marketplace. Daniel Maley, a Skyline Technologies Software Engineer, wrote a Distance Calculation web part which simplifies the addition of this common need for Kentico built websites. You can download the web part from the Kentico Marketplace
 
The Power of Kentico
"Since launching our Kentico efforts in 2014, Skyline has really grown to appreciate being a Kentico partner. Being a partner really makes us feel like part of the Kentico team. Kentico's recent entry into the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Web Content Management further solidifies our decision to invest in furthering our partnership with the Kentico." – Nieko Giuliani–Managing Consultant, Skyline Technologies
 
"I've worked with Kentico, DNN, Sitefinity, and SharePoint as the back-end CMS for 100s of public facing websites during my career. I've found Kentico to be robust while not being excessively complex, allowing the team to be both efficient and effective" - John Moynihan–Managing Consultant, Skyline Technologies
 
About Skyline
Skyline Technologies is an information technology and digital marketing consultancy with a focus on building long-term client relationships, allowing us to truly understand our clients, their businesses, their challenges, and their customers. Founded in 1992, Skyline is an associate-owned consulting firm with locations in Green Bay, Appleton, and Milwaukee.
 
Waukesha (Milwaukee)
N16 W23217 Stone Ridge Drive
Suite 200
Waukesha, WI 53188
 
Appleton
100 W Lawrence Street
Appleton Center – First Floor
Appleton, WI 54911
 
Green Bay
1400 Lombardi Ave
Suite 104N
Green Bay, WI 54304
 
 
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