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Blink Mobile scoops Australian business awards

Blink Mobile, an Australian Platform-as-a-Service provider, took home three Australian Business Awards for 2010 in the categories of Best E-Business Product, Product Innovation and Best New Product.

Blink MobileThe Australian Business Awards are a national program honouring organisations that demonstrate the core values of business excellence, product excellence, sustainability and commercial success in their respective industries through an established series of business and product award categories.

Blink Mobile’s service, myAnswers, enables organisations to rapidly create and deploy customised mobile information services without the need to design, develop and manage mobile-specific web sites or complex applications for each model of mobile phone in use across their customer base or workforce.  It provides large to medium-sized organisations with a single development and management platform to control their complete mobile environment.

The company has already received significant support across key industry sectors, including local government, tertiary education, schools, publishing, travel/tourism, advertising and business services.  Its customers include Brisbane City Council, The University of Newcastle, Tweed Shire Council, The Scots College, Wyong Shire Council, Central Coast Grammar School, ABC Driving Schools and eCruising.

Tara Johnston, Program Director of the Australian Business Awards, commended the achievements of all Winners saying: “The standard of entries for 2010 has underpinned the strength of the Australian economy and provides a welcome opportunity for organisations committed to business and product excellence to receive the recognition they deserve.

“Congratulations to all the Winners for achieving exceptional results in their respective categories. In addition to highlighting the outstanding achievements of the winning organisations in the private and public sector, we are pleased that these Awards continue to promote key values in the workplace, including corporate responsibility, enterprise, innovative business practices, community contribution, product and service excellence across all industries.”

Commenting on their success, Daren Besgrove, Director, Blink Mobile, said, “These awards are recognition of Blink Mobile’s commitment to developing innovative mobile services with real business benefit.  At the same time, they recognise the results which our solutions are now achieving across the public and private sectors in helping organisations rapidly create and deploy services to their clients and staff via their mobile phones. Our goal is to consistently exceed market expectations around innovation and customer satisfaction and we are thrilled that our research and development is recognised through this year’s Australian Business Awards.”

Blink Mobile was one of 105 Australian Business Award recipients.  This year, the awards organisers received a total of 1849 separate entries from 962 organisations.

In March, Blink Mobile won the 2010 Australian Telecommunications Users Group Award for Innovation and the company has been shortlisted listed in the Australian Anthill Smart 100 Awards for 2010 which will be announced in August.

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