By Johannes Helmold
SFTWare, Inc., a renowned software developing enterprise, invites media professionals to attend the celebration of its 20th anniversary that will take place on February 12, 2013, at the City Plaza.
The celebration will begin with the opening speech of the executive director of SFTWare, Inc., Matthew Smith. He will acquaint visitors with recent achievements of the company, as well as with the latest software solutions in the field of security. Mr. Smith will also conduct a presentation, announcing some of the newest products in the latest stages of development.
The event will continue with employee awards for those who have made a significant contribution towards the company’s development and growth, facilitated the improvement of product quality, or assisted in strengthening the company’s reputation. This year, approximately 7 employees of SFTWare, Inc. have been nominated for the award.
After the official ceremonies, the celebration will continue with a stand-up comedy show and a charity auction. All funds raised from the auction will go toward the purchase of medical equipment for clinics that treat cancer patients.
“We constantly seek ways to improve what we are doing in order to satisfy the needs of our clients and bring the company to a new level. We are glad to be renowned as one of the market leaders in the field of software development, ” Mathew Smith says.
Throughout its existence, SFTWare, Inc. has earned a reputation as a developer that offers high-quality software for business clients. The company’s products are designed to simplify many standard routine procedures that require a high level of attentiveness from workers. These procedures also help users optimize their time and efforts for solving more complicated and sophisticated tasks.
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