Leobit confirms the expertise of its web and app developers obtaining Application Development Certification by Microsoft
Lviv, Ukraine – Leobit LLC, a full cycle web and mobile application development provider, is proud to announce becoming a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. The company has received the Application Development Certification as a proof of its proficiency in building mobile and web applications and services based on Azure, C#, SharePoint, Office Client, Visual Studio, .NET, and HTML5.
As a Gold Certified Partner, Leobit has demonstrated solid expertise in Microsoft technologies. By gaining this status, the company confirmed its profound practical experience in the development and deployment of apps and services based on Microsoft solutions. For Leobit’s clients, this recognition brings a number of valuable benefits, including:
- decreased cost of using Microsoft solutions in our clients’ development projects due to partnership with Leobit
- premium access to Microsoft’s latest technological solutions
- accelerated delivery of Microsoft related products
This important milestone in the development of the company serves as a confirmation of its professionalism and commitment to high quality of the software products that we develop and our customers’ business goals.
Apart from being MCSD: App Builder Microsoft certified developers, our engineers also hold ISTQB, Scrum and PMP certificates demonstrating expertise in a variety of IT areas.
Leobit is a full cycle web, .NET and mobile application development provider for the technology companies and startups primarily located in the US and the EU. Its technology focus covers .NET Angular, iOS, Android, Ruby, React, and a comprehensive range of other technologies from the Microsoft, Web, and Mobile Stacks.
Recognized as one of the top .NET companies in Ukraine by Clutch.co and #1 IT Employer in Lviv, Ukraine by DOU, Leobit has successfully delivered over 150 well-designed and well-factored web & mobile applications to technology companies ranging from Fortune 500 firms to Silicon Valley startups.