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Ventana Research awards AkzoNobel with the Technology Innovation Leadership Award

Published By Jason Morio
Achieving Productivity and Performance Through Project Collaboration

When it comes to project collaboration technology, it doesn’t get much better than being recognized for effectively applying best practices to support your organization’s goals and objectives.

Ventana Research Unveils the 2015 Leadership Award WinnersI am excited to announce that Ventana Research has named Henk Boerboom and AkzoNobel as Technology Innovation Leadership Award winners in the collaboration category for their use of ProjectPlace by Planview. AkzoNobel is a leading global paints and coatings company and a major producer of specialty chemicals.

The annual awards program is the largest business and technology program and recognizes:

  • Pioneering leaders who embrace technology and best practices
  • Organizations that go the extra mile to drive change and increase value
  • Industry leaders who use innovative technologies to drive productivity and performance

The Ventana Research Leadership Awards cover 27 categories. Read the press release Ventana Research Unveils the 2015 Leadership Award Winners to learn more.

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Written by Jason Morio VP, Product Management

In the span of his 20 year career in the technology space, Jason’s experience has run the gamut from roles in Fortune 1000 companies all the way to the “four dudes, a dog and a garage” level of startups. Jason isn’t just a spokesperson for project collaboration and the notion of “virtual teams”, he lived it in true fashion having run a software development group in Romania from his bedroom desk in Austin. He now works with several multi-faceted virtual teams that span between Austin, Stockholm and Bangalore in his current role at Planview, where he helps companies large and small to overcome the challenges they face with the ever-changing nature of collaborative projects. Twitter: @JMProjCollab