Windows Embedded Compact 7 enables developers to build devices that can seamlessly interact with the Windows ecosystem. Employing familiar tools, such as Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft Silverlight, and Microsoft Expression Blend, allow designers using Compact 7 to deliver rich, user-friendly interfaces and frameworks.
Business issue and requirements
Microsoft needed to document their latest product in the Windows Embedded family—Windows Embedded Compact 7. The company determined a white paper was the best mechanism for delivering product information to developers and decision makers who research embedded technology solutions.
Wadeware provided the technical writer and editor, as well as background knowledge in Windows Embedded products to help develop and deliver this paper to Microsoft. Wadeware saw the project through from inception to completion, meeting all associated milestones in a timely manner.
For more information, see the Windows Embedded website.