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Satyam staff to be trained on .Net tech

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Hyderabad , Dec.7

SATYAM Computer Services Ltd and Microsoft Corporation on Wednesday announced an industry enterprise readiness initiative called EDGE aimed at training and certifying Satyam's engineering work force on Microsoft technologies.

Managed by Satyam's Microsoft Global Alliance and the Satyam Learning Centre, EDGE will train up to 3,000 Microsoft Certified Professionals each year on the MS .NET for enterprise solutions.

The .NET is the MS Web services strategy to connect information, people, systems and devices through software.

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