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Progress Recognized with Top Awards at Golden Bridge Awards

Progress Recognized with Top Awards at Golden Bridge Awards

November 25, 2015 0 Comments
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Progress-2015-GBA-GoldWe’re thrilled to share that Progress was recently named a Gold Winner at the Golden Bridge Awards. Our win was for Telerik Platform in the category of Innovations in Information Technology. This event has been described as the Oscars of the business world, and we’re honored to be recognized for innovation. It’s something we think about a lot.

Progress also received seven Visual Studio Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards, netting three Gold, three Silver and one Bronze. These awards came across categories for products like Telerik® Kendo UI®, Telerik® DevCraft UI, Telerik® Fiddler and Telerik Platform. Awards are the result of hundreds of Visual Studio Magazine subscribers, so this is a powerful acknowledgement directly from developers.

On top of these awards, Progress was also ranked as one of the strongest ICT companies in the Netherlands, landing on five Top 100 lists. We placed highly in categories like knowledge level, innovation and company image. We’re also very happy to report that we’re among the most loved business partners, which is a value we take seriously, and have one of the most loved workplaces.

As always, we want to thank our great business and developer community for this impressive recognition. You can read more about the wins here.

If you want to get a taste of what we’re innovating around next, be sure to tune into our upcoming webinar on the future of mobile apps.

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Emilia Petkova

Emi is part of the Corporate Communications team, where she works closely with the influencer community including analysts, bloggers and customers. She also works directly with third-party organizations around awards, speaker opportunities and more.

 

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