eMazzanti Technologies and Customers Take Center-Stage at NYC Microsoft
Windows 7 Launch Event
eMazzanti Technologies and three of its premier small business customers enjoy an exclusive
Windows 7 launch engagement in NYC with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer
Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) October 27, 2009 -- When Microsoft launches a new operating system, the world watches
and takes note. eMazzanti Technologies and three of its premier small business customers - GameWear, Flowers
& O'Brien, Dewey Pegno and Kramarsky - had the spotlight on them as well. They were honored with an
exclusive invitation to participate in the international launch event for Windows 7 held in New York City,
October 22. The event was hosted by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
"Because of our long-standing, vibrant relationship with Microsoft and our early adoption of the new Windows 7
operating system, we got the nod to be showcased in the launch event, " noted Carl Mazzanti, chief operating
officer, eMazzanti Technologies. "We and a select group of our customers were able to relate reality-based
experiences about Windows 7 for the press and attendees. This was quite an honor."
The New York City Windows 7 event began with a private, pre-launch dinner with Rich Reynolds, general
manager, Microsoft Windows Commercial Marketing on October 21st.
On October 22, launch day, eMazzanti and its customers met with a number of national and international media
and industry analyst influentials that included outlets such as ZDNet, Endpoint Technologies, Laptop Magazine,
IDG, The Wall Street Journal, and two Russian-based publications--Echo of Moscow and Mobile
Computers--which had been specifically invited to the event by Microsoft. eMazzanti and customers were able to
add their first-hand experiences with the new operating system to the information Microsoft shared with the
media contacts, a vital perspective that adds credibility to Microsoft launch efforts. eMazzanti and its customers
were also invited to the Ballmer keynote and were featured in the VI