Redgate is a household name for SQL professionals across the globe. Millions of SQL professionals & .NET developers worldwide use Redgate tools like SQL Monitor, SQL Compare, SQL Prompt, SQL Source Control, ANTS Memory Profiler, .NET Reflector & 20+ other world-class database & developer tools. Redgate tools are used by 90% of the fortune 100 companies. Indeed, Redgate develops world’s best database tools and they are world leaders in DLM Automation. (Red Gate Software Ltd is a leading UK based product development company)
On the other hand, SQLMaestros, over the years, has focused on bringing niche stuff to the SQL Community. Be it the unique Master Classes or the revolutionary Hands-On-Labs or actively supporting mega SQL Conferences SSGAS (2015 & 2016), each offering has empowered SQL professionals in more than one ways. (SQLMaestros is a unit of eDominer Systems P Ltd)
And now, the big news.
You will be delighted to know that SQLMaestros (unit of eDominer) and Red Gate Software (UK) have entered into an exclusive partnership for the India market. Redgate now has a physical presence in India through its exclusive partner SQLMaestros. This means that Redgate customers/users/resellers will have better support, better training & a local point of contact for all needs related to Redgate tools.
Visit www.redgate.sqlmaestros.com to learn more.
SQLMaestros, therefore, becomes the sole distributor and master reseller for Redgate Software in India. This is a proud moment for the entire team of SQLMaestros.
SQLMaestros works closely with 150+ SQL customers in India offer consulting, implementation & training services. We have executed countless performance tuning assignments & application development projects involving Microsoft Data Platform. We are now offering Redgate tools to our customers helping them become more productive with their database deployments & projects.
We thank the SQL community for their continued faith in our offerings. Yet another initiative to empower you more!Amit Bansal (SQL MCM, SQL MVP) | Twitter | FaceBook | LinkedIn | FB Page|Ask a SQL Question Browse more blogs on SQLServerGeeks.com