ScienceSoft Gains Status of Nokia Qt Recognized Partner

ScienceSoft Gains Status of Nokia Qt Recognized Partner

MINSK, BELARUS, November 25, 2011. ScienceSoft Inc., a leading IT services provider, has become a Nokia Qt recognized partner. Holding the status, ScienceSoft offers Qt development and support services for major desktop and mobile platforms worldwide.

The Qt Partner Program aims to supplement the fast-growing Qt community by establishing an ecosystem of professional services and technology partners that offer high quality Qt services and add-on solutions for desktop, web, embedded and mobile developers.

ScienceSoft has a proven track record of successful projects developed with Qt. With Qt developers build innovative applications and touch-enabled user interfaces, deploy across all major mobile, desktop, consumer electronic and embedded, sharing mostly the same codebase across platforms. In other words, Qt allows both open source and commercial software developers to code less, create more and deploy everywhere.

“ScienceSoft’s developers are very committed to Qt technology. It is a pleasure to use it. It saves our time and customers’ money. With porting Qt to Android, iPhone, and Blackberry, which is a work in progress, there will be even more value. Gaining the status of Nokia Qt Recognized Partner is just our first step in the Qt Partnership program. With our extensive expertise and portfolio of projects in numerous domains our main ambition is to become Qt Alliance Partner and offer our clients even more competence in a wide range of technologies across multiple industries”, commented Mikalai Arapau, Nokia Qt Certified Specialist at ScienceSoft.

ScienceSoft’s Qt team makes part of the company’s C++ department and constitutes about 40 specialists. The company’s Qt certified specialists and developers offer Qt application development, consulting, support services and also porting from all popular or legacy frameworks.

Source: ScienceSoft
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