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Depth and longevity.

Xceed’s development team focuses on building components deeply integrated with the framework they target, and actively supporting and improving them, usually for decades. It is this focus on depth that allows us to build components with perfected APIs and the best possible performance.

Why choose Xceed?

More than code.

When you get an Xceed component, our developers become an extension of your team. They deeply understand .NET and WPF, and will gladly help you so you can stay focused on business logic.


Xceed components are used and trusted by the most impressive list of the world’s top companies, military agencies, government agencies, banks, stock exchanges and universities. Join them.

Top performance.

To achieve the best possible performance requires not only optimization, but also innovation. Xceed developers research and develop new algorithms and techniques every year to make Xceed components the fastest in the industry.

“Using Xceed DataGrid for WPF in Microsoft Visual Studio Team System helped us greatly reduce the time and resources necessary for developing all the data presentation features we needed. Working with Xceed has been a pleasure, and they update the product often and provide innovative new features. We will certainly continue to look at their technology in the future for use in our products.”
Norman Guadagno, Director of product marketing for Microsoft Visual Studio Team System
“IBM researched existing third-party solutions and identified Xceed DataGrid for WPF as the most suitable tool. The datagrid’s performance and solid foundation take true advantage of WPF and provide the extensibility required for IBM’s U2 customers to take their applications to the next level in presentation design and styling.”
Vinnie Smith, IBM U2 Tools product manager
“We’ve been using the Xceed Zip for ActiveX in one of our applications for close to 10 years and are very happy with it.”
David Scofield, Systems Engineer, Galileo International (Colorado, United States)