has been selected to join the Microsoft Startup Accelerator Program. Stewarded by the Emerging Business Team at Microsoft the program is designed to connect high-potential startups committed to the Microsoft platform to an extensive support network that provides access to Microsoft people and programs, guidance on future directions, and support to accelerate their success.
"Microsoft is a valued partner in helping us deliver scalable managed voice services to millions of consumers, enterprises and carriers in over 122 countries," said Trevor Healy, CEO of JAJAH. "JAJAH provides advanced IP voice services while always partnering with the telecommunications carrier in the local market. These next generation IP services are indispensable to carriers, whether on-the-web, in-the-home or on-the-go on Windows handsets."
Microsoft is committed to serving as a valuable technology and business partner for emerging startups and their investors. Companies are selected to join the program based on their innovation, marketability, growth potential, funding, platform decision and strategic importance to Microsoft. These companies receive customized engagement plans designed to support their software development and increase market visibility. The program is open to interested startups, which can apply via a profiling process outlined at the Microsoft Startup Zone at http://www.microsoftstartupzone.com
"We are happy to have JAJAH in the Microsoft Startup Accelerator Program. The selection of JAJAH for this program demonstrates our belief that JAJAH is a company that has a compelling offering and has the potential for success in the market," says Beti Cung, Emerging Business Team Portfolio Manager for Microsoft.
The Microsoft EBT evaluates hundreds of technology startups each year to identify those with the strongest potential to succeed in the market, shape the industry's future, and enhance the overall value of Microsoft products and services for customers. The Microsoft Startup Accelerator Program shines the spotlight on some of the most promising startups and provides good examples of how startups can work successfully with Microsoft.