Prevas gets award from Microsoft® as Most Valuable Professional

Henrik Viklund of Prevas AB has been awarded the title Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft in the field of Windows Embedded, the first Swede to get this honor. In all, there are 87 MVPs in this field throughout the world.

Viklund’s know-how in Windows Embedded covers many application areas, including hardware design, application development, testing, and training. Getting this honor is proof of competence, involvement and the will to help others. - Prevas is very happy and proud of Henrik having got this desirable honor, says Anders Malmby, Vice President Product Development Sweden at Prevas. ”Prevas’ network of leading technology partners is very important as it creates new business opportunities and gives the company’s access to leading-edge technologies. We also happen to be a Microsoft Windows Embedded Gold Level Partner, the only one in the Nordic countries.” - We seek to recognize the best and brightest from technology communities around the world with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award, with this in mind we are delighted to give Henrik the Most Valuable Professional Award for his continued presence within the Windows CE community. Henrik is passionate about improving our technology and answers many questions from users around the world through various social media. Through all of this, Henrik keep us in touch with the needs of our customers. With the MVP Award, we say “Thank you to Henrik for being an outstanding community contributor”, says Gerard Verbrugge, MVP Lead for the regions Benelux and Nordics. The Microsoft MVP Award Program The Microsoft MVP Award was established at the beginning of the 1990s to acknowledge exceptional achievements in knowledge acquisition on one or more of Microsoft’s products. It is given to people with proven expertise who share their knowledge with others and contribute to the creation of new innovative solutions.

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