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Winners of European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2013 announced

[London, 14th March 2013] IT Europa, the leading European IT publisher and market intelligence organisation, today announced the winners of the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2013 - the pan-European awards event for ISV, IT and Telecoms channels. The finalists were honoured last night at a celebration dinner at the London Lancaster Hotel.

The European IT & Software Excellence Awards are the only pan-European awards which recognise the crucial role that ISVs, VARS, Solution Providers and Systems Integrators play in the delivery of real world solutions, and attracted entries from 25 countries. Entries were submitted by the ISV or solution provider themselves describing the solution provided and each had to be supported by an endorsement by the client. 64 companies from 15 countries made the finals. The winners were selected by an independent panel of consultants and editors.

The most successful company at the awards was Siveco Romania who scooped ERP/Supply Chain Management Solution of the Year in the ISV categories and Government Solution of the Year and Vertical Market Solution of the year in the Solution Provider section of the awards. The award for European Distributor of the year went to Exclusive Networks, Service Provider of the Year to Easynet, European Hardware Vendor of the year was awarded to Emulex and Software Vendor of the Year to Oracle.

"With nearly double the number of entries this year, all of a very high quality the judges had a tough job deciding on the winners," stated John Chapman, Editorial Director at IT Europa. "Each year we are encouraged by the tremendous enthusiasm from the channel right across Europe for such an awards event and by the real skill and ingenuity demonstrated in developing and implementing the most innovative of solutions."

The awards categories were divided into three main groups: The ISV categories were for software development companies, the Solution Provider categories were for Systems Integrators and Solution VARs and the supplier categories, for which channel companies nominated their suppliers, covered distributors, service providers and vendors and recognised the support provided through their channel programs.

The European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2013 - results:

ISV CategoriesWinners
Business Intelligence and Analytics Solution of the YearTollring
Communications / Mobility Solution of the YearAppear Networks
ERP/Supply Chain Management Solution of the YearSIVECO Romania
Government Solution of the YearIN2 Group
Information & Document Management Solution of the YearPRISYM ID
Relationship Management Solution of the Yearccapps
SaaS Solution of the YearDebriefing Software
Software Innovation Solution of the YearPureNet
Vertical Market Solution of the YearPCMS
Solution Provider Categories
Datacenter Solution of the YearEACS Limited
Enterprise Solution of the YearCisilion
Government Solution of the YearSIVECO Romania
Managed Service Solution of the YearVision (Office Automation) Limited
Mobility / Communications Solution of the YearHCL Technologies
SME Solution of the YearPolymorph Ltd
Storage/Information Management Solution of the YearBPMonline
Vertical Market Solution of the YearSIVECO Romania
Supplier Categories
Distributor of the YearExclusive Networks UK
Hardware Vendor of the YearEmulex
Software Vendor of the YearOracle
Service Provider of the YearEasynet
Finance Services Provider of the YearBNP Paribas Leasing Solutions

In congratulating the winners, Alan Norman, Managing Director of IT Europa said: "the overall quality of entries was extremely high and demonstrated the depth of talent in the channel community across Europe. I congratulate all the winners and wish them and all the finalists every success in the year ahead."

About IT Europa
IT Europa is the leading provider of strategic business intelligence, news and analysis on the European IT marketplace and the primary channels that serve it. It publishes European channel publications such as the IT Europa Newsletter, markets a range of database reports and organises European conferences and events for the IT and Telecoms sectors. For further details visit: http://www.iteuropa.com/

For further information contact:

Alan Norman
Tel: +44 (0) 1895 454 604
Email: [email protected]

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