Logica announces the winner of the Global Innovation Venture Partner Programme 2009

by Editor 3/24/2009 4:32:00 PM
Logica has named Appear the overall winner of the 2009 Global Innovation Venture Partner Programme, identifying the firm as the best Innovation Partner after reviewing 520 technology firms around the world.

GIVPP 2009 emphasises Logica's support for the governance of IT and Business Innovation by ensuring real innovation is brought to market in the right way and delivers actual business benefits to an organisation.

Appear's previous achievements include the mobile workforce deployments of Dutch Rail and Paris Subway. Now, the company will closely collaborate with Logica experts around the world in an effort to develop similar opportunities across different industry sectors.

GBS Bindra, Global Innovation Director at Logica, said: ''This programme has always been about recognising innovation and talent that exists in different companies. Appear demonstrated a technology that has a myriad of possibilities for our varied base of customers. In today's environment, organisations need to deliver exceptional value to their customers. With Appear IQ we see tremendous potential in helping organisations to save costs, develop new business and revenue models as well as enhance the overall customer experience. We look forward to collaboratively working with Appear in bringing innovation to the door steps of our customer."

Appear CEO Xavier Aubry said: “We are honoured to be selected as this year's recipient of the Global Innovation Venture Partner Programme Award. Receiving this accolade from Logica, the undisputed leading provider of enterprise mobility solutions, is a significant milestone for us. We have initially been developing our vision of innovative context-aware mobile services in the travel and transport sector. Now, with Logica's support, we can reach out to a wide range of industries such as public sector, healthcare or utilities. Tomorrow, thousands of mobile workers and millions of consumers will be using context-aware mobile services through their day without even realizing it."

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