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Kochi: Kereata Global, an IT company headquartered at Kerala's Kochi Infopark campus, has been selected as a Facebook preferred marketing developer (PMD), said an infopark official.

The PMD programme aims to better represent the various technologies in the Facebook ecosystem and to recognise companies that develop holistic solutions.

Kreata is just the second Indian company to be picked for the programme. It has qualified for the PMD badge in the apps category for building socially enabled integrations.

Infopark chief executive officer Gigo Joseph said: "It is an honour for an IT company to be chosen as a Facebook PMD."

The Facebook PMD programme also endeavours to help developers build products that make social marketing easier and more effective.

Deepan Parameswar, executive director, Kreata Global, said they were really excited about becoming a Facebook PMD.

"This is definitely going to be an inspiration for developing more engaging and innovative apps," said Parameswar.

The company that was formed in 2010 has developed engaging Facebook applications for popular brands such as Ford, Panasonic, Samsung, Levi's, Clarins and Parachute.

IANS

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