Today RIM announced the finalists for this year's Wireless Achievement Awards in each of four categories. Each year RIM holds the awards, focusing on BlackBerry solutions and customers who are changing the game with the way they do business. This year's finalists are:
- Innovation in Public Sector
- Gwent Frailty Consortium
- Ministerio de Desarrollo Social
- Innovation in Private Sector
- Cablevisión S.A. Argentina
- IA Clarington Investments Inc.
- Business Impact
- Eversheds LLP
- Nomura International
- Attendee Choice Award
- Banesco Banco Universal, C.A.
- Cines Unidos
- OK! Magazine UK
Wireless Achievement Award winners create apps that integrate BlackBerry smartphone and PlayBook functionality so users can multitask in new ways. These customers work with app development partners to mobilize corporate systems, increase performance, make a difference to the bottom line and simplify life for their employees. One finalist commented: "Without the BlackBerry Enterpriser Server we would not have been able to take our concept and make it into the quality application that it is today. Our highly secure BlackBerry solution helps our legal team provide better service to our clients, which is why we exist." – Matthew Williams, Outsource Application Manager, Eversheds LLPThe prizes are pretty awesome too. Not only do they get recognition for their efforts, but the prize packages include free BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBooks, free BlackBerry Training onsite at their location, BlackBerry Certification, and more. Winners will be announced at BlackBerry World on May 2nd. However, in the meantime you can head over to the link below and not only find out all about the awards and the finalists, but also cast your vote for the winner of the Attendee Choice Award.
BlackBerry World 2012: Wireless Achievement Awards
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