|By Business Wire||
|May 28, 2014 03:14 PM EDT||
Today, LCG Technologies Corporation (LCG), a leading IT solutions provider in Baltimore and Microsoft partner, announced that the company developed the app that is being delivered to the children from across the United States at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
“I am proud that the work of our Windows mobile application development team will be used at such a great event and that Scripps has acknowledged our work by allowing us to provide this app to their finalists,” said Nigel Knowles, President of LCG Technologies Corporation. “Our app called “Spelling Bees” has duplicated the environment, fun, and competition of the National Spelling Bee. Plus, the use of Microsoft’s Surface with the Spelling Bees mobile application will create a contemporary, automated, and dynamic user experience for this year’s spellers and audience.”
The application was designed to capture the essence of the Scripps National Spelling bee and can also be used by teachers in their classes as an education tool with real-world use. With over 500 downloads during the pre-launch, Spelling Bees was developed in partnership with Microsoft. It is a free app and only available in the Windows store.
On Wednesday, May 28, 2014, LCG will be at the Scripps National Spelling Bee at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. The company will perform Spelling Bee demonstrations in the Microsoft Technology Showcase.
About LCG Technologies Corporation
Founded in 1994, LCG Technologies is a technology firm and Microsoft partner that is committed to building successful, long-term relationships with its clients by continually directing its efforts to help clients achieve both immediate and long-term results. It is focused on solving the unique business challenges of the mid-market business by ensuring solutions are smoothly integrated into the critical operations of its customers. LCG has earned Microsoft Silver Partner certifications in Application Development and Collaboration and Content.
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