Syncfusion and Stardock improve interoperability to provide tools for .NET developers
DirectSkin and Essential Studio work together
Research Triangle Park, NC - June 16, 2006 - Stardock is the creator of DirectSkin, the premier tool used by software developers to add "skinning" technology to their programs. Syncfusion, Inc. is a leading provider of software components and libraries that enable developers to produce quality software for the most demanding of environments. Recently Stardock and Syncfusion have partnered to assure compatibility of their products.
"Stardock's DirectSkin is the premier product for quickly and easily creating attractive applications that will gain acceptance in the marketplace," said Larry Kuperman, Sales Manager for Stardock. "As our client base has continued to grow, we anticipated client overlap with other providers of tools for .NET developers. Since Syncfusion is recognized as a leader, we wanted to ensure that our mutual clients could use our products simultaneously without conflict."
"The Stardock team has done a terrific job advancing the look and feel of desktop applications. We are excited that Syncfusion Essential Studio customers can now benefit directly from their innovation," said Stefan Hoenig, CEO of Syncfusion.
"We look forward to continuing mutual support of each other's products," concluded Larry Kuperman.
Details about Syncfusion's Essential Studio products are available at https://www.syncfusion.com/products
Stardock is the world's leading developer of Windows enhancement utilities.
Stardock software is used by over 15 million people worldwide and has been licensed by cutting-edge companies including NVIDIA, ATI, Alienware and Nintendo, as well as being used in movies and TV. Stardock operates WinCustomize.com, the premier portal for Windows enhancements drawing more than 3 million unique visitors each month. Stardock is a Microsoft Certified Gold Partner. Stardock Entertainment also develops best-selling computer games, including the award-winning Galactic Civilizations series, which are distributed electronically through Stardock's TotalGaming.Net division. The company's website is www.stardock.com.