Itiviti named winner of the 2016 Technology Innovator Awards, presented by Corporate Vision (CV) Magazine. Tbricks by Itiviti was recognized as Best Electronic Trading Technology Solution & Most Innovative Trading Platform.
Corporate Vision is dedicated to working around the clock to shine a spotlight on the brightest, best performing and most deserving companies and individuals from around the business world. The 2016 Technology Innovator Awards were designed to recognize and reward the individuals, departments and firms behind the ground-breaking developments that change the way we do business for the better.
“We are pleased to affirm that Tbricks by Itiviti measures up to the high standards set for the CV Technology Innovator Awards,” said Laura Hunter, Awards Co-ordinator, Corporate Vision Magazine. “We are passionate about recognizing outstanding achievement, game-changing innovation and stellar performance, which Itiviti has convincingly demonstrated with their next generation trading platform.”
The Corporate Vision Awards are decided by a combination of votes gathered from the magazine’s network of industry partners and in-house research performed by industry insiders and corporate specialists. Each award is carefully scrutinized, from a nominee’s region to their performance over the past 12 months, their commitment to innovation, their methods and even their competition.
“We are really proud over the recognition as a leading technology innovator as we would like to think that we are pushing the boundaries in trading technology,” said Jonas Hansbo, Chief Strategy Officer, Itiviti. “The CV Technology Innovator Award adds an important, independent certification to the platform, and we see this as further acknowledgement of what our customers and users are telling us.”
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