This April, InformationWeek will unveil the Startup 50, the top tech companies shaking up IT. You can help decide which startups make the cut by voting for the most innovative, disruptive companies.
This April, InformationWeek will unveil the Startup 50, the top tech companies shaking up IT. You can help decide which startups make the cut by voting for the most innovative, disruptive companies.The voting opens today. To vote, click here. Each voter can select up to five startups.
The editorial staff will make the final selection based on reader votes and our analysis of several criteria: innovation and the companies' ability to inject new ways of doing things into business processes; value, which is reflected in lower costs, increased sales, higher productivity, or improved customer loyalty; and enterprise-readiness, meaning that a product or service scales and can be deployed and managed as necessary by IT pros.
We'll publish the winners in mid-April. In the meantime, get voting!
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