Despite the current economic climate in the country and around the world, organizations are still investing in SharePoint and CorasWorks
Reston, VA (PRWEB) July 22, 2009
CorasWorks Corporation, a leading provider of software that makes it easier to develop applications on Microsoft SharePoint, today announced continued progress during the second quarter of 2009 by signing contracts with major customers worldwide.
CorasWorks' second quarter customer wins include organizations such as AARP, Abbott Laboratories, Amalgamated Bank, American Petroleum Institute, Antarctica New Zealand, Arent Fox, Association of South Central Oklahoma Governments, Clyde & Co US, CME Group, Corning Incorporated, Gospel Rescue Ministries, Hitachi Automotive Products, ING Clarion, Legion of Christ, Manukau City Council, Mattel, Nautilus, PMSI, Redland Shire Council, Retirement Systems of Alabama, Rodney District Council, Scarborough Capital Management, Skechers, State Of Illinois, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Verizon Business, Weill Cornell Medical College, Woodforest National Bank, and a Fortune 500 global supplier of systems and services to the aerospace and defense industry.
CorasWorks also won numerous Federal clients during the quarter, including various components of the Department of Justice, Department of State, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Marine Corps.
"Despite the current economic climate in the country and around the world, organizations are still investing in SharePoint and CorasWorks," said Gary Voight, President and CEO of CorasWorks. "This is a testament to the key value of CorasWorks, which is enabling all types of organizations to accomplish more with SharePoint by significantly reducing the time and resources required to build and deploy applications and solutions."
CorasWorks is best known for its Modular Application Development System, an application development system that has been deployed in more than 1,000 enterprises worldwide. The system enables organizations to design, build and manage applications in SharePoint without the costs and complexity of custom code development.
CorasWorks also recently launched an online App Store. Through the App Store, SharePoint users can download plug-and-play apps, add-ons and building blocks for the SharePoint platform. The apps are published by CorasWorks and its certified third-party Application Publisher Partners. For more information about the App Store, visit http://community.corasworks.net/Appshome.aspx.
For more information about CorasWorks software on SharePoint, visit http://www.corasworks.net.
With more than 1,000 customers and more than 1 million users worldwide, CorasWorks is a leading provider of modular application development software for Microsoft SharePoint. Customers use CorasWorks products to build web-based solutions such as project- and process-oriented solutions and line of business applications. Its modular architecture makes it easy to design, build, and manage an integrated workplace of collaborative business applications, without the time and expense of custom development. For more information and online demos, please visit http://www.corasworks.net.