Best in Biz Award Places Microsoft Partner Boost Software on Level with Dell and Epson

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Boston-based Boost Software recently took home the silver trophy for Best New Company at the Best in Biz 2013 International Awards. Why did the young software company do so well—and how does that reflect on flagship product PC HealthBoost?

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We've put in a lot of work listening to customers so that we can offer them a quality product. It's always nice to have that kind of hard work acknowledged.

PC owners can ask themselves if they have software to keep their PC from running too slow or crashing? If they do, have they checked to see if it is built by a Microsoft Gold Partner for application development? And has the software won any international awards that put it in the company of giants like Epson and Dell?

That's a pretty tall order to fill. But PC Health Boost’s parent company, Boost Software, recently entered the ranks this summer when it took home an award from the Best in Biz 2013 International Awards.

The awards, presented to competitors from 25 different countries, recognized companies like Dell Software, Epson, Arkadium, Volusion, and Boost Software in several different categories. Boost was awarded the silver trophy for Best New Company.

“We're proud to accept the Best in Biz trophy,” said Boost President and co-founder Amit Mehta. “We've put in a lot of work listening to customers so that we can offer them a quality product. It's always nice to have that kind of hard work acknowledged.”

Mehta and business partner/co-founder Peter Dunbar spent a year and over $100,000 developing the PC Health Boost software. The software is designed to make slow computers run faster, as well as prevent computer freezes, computer crashes, and the infamous blue screen of death.

Earlier this year, they were also accepted as Microsoft Partner Gold in Application Development and as a Gold Vendor. Developers and vendors seeking Microsoft Partner certification must undergo a stringent review process to ensure their software is not harmful to PCs. In addition, they must have customer reviews and testimonials that are largely positive.

PC HealthBoost helps maintain the Windows registry. This registry acts like a virtual switchboard for the Windows operating system, telling programs what to do and when. Interested parties can learn more by clicking on the links or visiting the website below.

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