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Benvis Cofounder

Since 2004 Benvis has published Persian version of DotNetNuke on Dnn official site and a year later construct the first custom persion website in Iran. Morteza Kermani, the CEO of benvis found out the security problem in the software and by reporting the issue was able to get the praise of the owner So that he is named as a member of the DotNetNuke Iran User Group who indicated that he had not meant to cause any harm and would be willing to help them solve the problem and explained the actions he had taken to bypass the security mechanisms and this provided them with the detail which they needed to replicate the problem locally.
Benvis started its activity in the international arena by constructing Market Modules website in 2008 also Benvis Team succeeded by designing Dream Slider as the best DNN website for July 2011. They were able to get the award for the best site of the 5th Iran Web Festival.
Benvis is now a full-service digital creative agency with over 30 employees located in Australia. Our main services include web design, web development, UX/UI design, and digital marketing.

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Benvis collection certificates

David Parker

Microsoft Certified Professional

Date of achievement: October 16,2009

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David Parker

Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS)

Date of achievement: October 16,2009

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David Parker

Microsoft Certified Professional Developer (MCPD)

Date of achievement: October 16,2009

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Morteza Kermani, the CEO of benvis is certified as a Microsoft Certified Software Expert.The Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certification is a product-focused certification intended to demonstrate proficiency with specific Microsoft technologies.MCPD certification indicates that a developer or designer has acquired the skills needed to deploy, build and operate applications successfully using Dot NET Framework and the Microsoft. You can check the validation of our certificates by useing Transcript ID and Access Code.

Transcript ID: 945757

Access Code: mkermani

MCP TRANSCRIPT
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