i5/OS Innovation Award Nominations Due February 29
February 19, 2008 Alex Woodie
Have you done anything particularly impressive with your System i machine lately? Or perhaps you know somebody who has? If so, you have exactly 10 days to submit a nomination for a 2008 i5/OS Innovation Award, which will be presented during the upcoming 2008 COMMON Annual Meeting and Expo in Nashville, Tennessee.
COMMON, which judges the contestants and puts on the ceremony with IBM, announced last week that five winners across three categories will be recognized during the fourth annual awards ceremony next month in Nashville. Two awards will be given out for the small and mid size business category (those with less than 1,000 employees), two for large enterprises (more than 1,000 employees), and one education excellence award will go out to a college or university demonstrating strong commitment to the platform.
In addition to having your name and company or organization announced during COMMON’s opening session (and forever remembered via the electronic archives of the IT Jungle), as a winner, you will take home an impressive haul of goods, including: an engraved Tiffany crystal award; a complimentary one-year membership to COMMON, up to five complimentary registrations to COMMON’s 2009 Annual Meeting and Expo, one complimentary registration to the COMMON IT Executive Conference, and feature articles in COMMON.CONNECT and IBM Systems Magazine.
So don’t delay! Get your submissions in today at www.common.org/conferences/2008/annual/innovation.html.
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