Anyone who needs more information about how to clean up PC registries and improve overall computer performance can benefit from PC Health Boost.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 09, 2013
Boost Software, maker of PC Health Boost, sent Director of Public Relations Erin Walsh to the 2013 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. “I really enjoyed myself,” said Walsh. “Susan and her video team were great to work with--professional as well as fun.”
Walsh attended the Conference to meet Susan Dumett, Co-Founder of Iosis Media. Afterward, Dumett and Co-Founder Joseph Seuferling started the Microsoft Pinpoint Success Story filming project. The video they created will appear in six weeks.
The video features PC Health Boost because many satisfied customers consider it the top registry cleaner. Furthermore, consumers can view it to learn about how this product was made.
The film will also describe what Boost Software gained from becoming a Microsoft Partner. “Anyone who needs more information about how to clean up PC registries and improve overall computer performance can benefit from PC Health Boost,” said Walsh. “And we've been able to help more people because of Pinpoint.”
At the Partner Conference, Pinpoint revealed new strategies for company Owners, CEOs and directors. Boost Software also learned how Microsoft networks with companies around the world.
On the last day of this event, keynote speakers shared how attendees can take advantage of local business opportunities. They also covered current and future technology trends related to selling software. The event also established priorities concerning global economic trends that affect computer program sales.
Pinpoint will display the video created by Iosis Media on its Boost Software: Microsoft Gold Partner profile. Pinpoint awarded this opportunity because the software company received 50,000 site hits from the service since December 2012.
A substantial amount of that traffic converted to customers for Boost Software. As a result, the company became among the top one percent of software makers. The company still promotes PC Health Boost and teach customers new ways to speed up computer performance.
CEO Amit Mehta founded Boost Software in 2009. The company is headquartered in Boston, MA and just opened a new development center in Poland. They currently promote both the PC Health Boost registry cleaner for PC optimization, and sister software DriverBoost for update of all computer drivers. Interested parties can learn more at http://www.BoostSoftware.com and http://www.PCHealthBoost.com.