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Fronde’s Stephen Chan Achieves Highest Salesforce Cert

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Fronde’s Stephen Chan Achieves Highest Salesforce Technical Certification

Auckland and Sydney, 16 January 2013 – Leading technology company Fronde, today announced its Principal Consultant, Stephen Chan, has achieved certification as a Salesforce.com Technical Architect.

The Technical Architect is the highest technical credential offered by salesforce.com, certifying the holder's broad knowledge across multiple development platforms, and the ability to architect efficient, scalable solutions on the Salesforce1 Platform.

Ian Clarke, Fronde CEO, said Fronde is incredibly proud of Stephen’s achievement.

“We would like to congratulate Stephen on this accomplishment. Stephen exemplifies the high standards of the Fronde team. He is a highly experienced and capable IT professional and has worked incredibly hard to reach this goal. We’re very proud of his achievement and the new standard he has set in Australasian IT.”

Fronde has been applying expert cloud integration knowledge to multiple projects for a wide range of clients and industries in Australia and New Zealand.  With more than 20 experienced and certified technical and functional consultants, Fronde has completed developments across the Salesforce1 Platform from "out of the box" CRM projects, to large scale customised and integrated platform deployments.

Chan is excited by the achievement and says that Fronde has achieved many transformational outcomes for clients and his new certification will help to further enhance Fronde’s in-house expertise.

“I am honoured to join the ranks of certified salesforce.com Technical Architects.  Fronde has helped achieve great results for clients with solutions ranging from bespoke applications built on the Salesforce1 Platform for critical business functions, to the integration of CRM into existing systems extending employee mobility and encouraging collaboration. This certification will further strengthen our capability to help our clients achieve more of their business goals," said Chan.

Stephen Chan has nearly twelve years’ experience as an information technology consultant holding a range of senior development, architecture and integration roles with Fronde since 2001. With a focus on cloud and mobile solutions, platforms and architecture, Stephen holds a BCom/BSc with First Class Honours from the University of Auckland.   

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