Clarizen Named a Winner for Inaugural 2010 Bully Award1
Clarizen Honoured as a Leading European TMT Company
Clarizen, the award-winning provider of online work & project management software, was named as a Longhorn winner today for the inaugural 2010 Bully Award honouring the leading European technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) companies as presented by White Bull Summits.
A total of 60 European companies were named as finalists for the 2010 Bully Award, and 30 were honoured as winners. The deserving winners were selected from a pool of entries that included hundreds of nominated European TMT companies.
The winners fall into three categories:
· Yearlings: firms that seek or have received angel/seed rounds or equivalent; classic start-ups
· Young Bulls: firms that seek or have received Series A financing; early stage companies
· Longhorns: post Series A firms; growth stage companies
"The Bully Award winners were selected for innovation and values of excellence in the TMT sector,” stated Farley Duvall, Founder and Chairman of White Bull Summits. “Each of the Bully Award winners have been recognized as a leader in their field, with a bright business proposition and meaningful market strategies, driven by a rich understanding of customer needs and technological solutions.”
“Being awarded the Bully Award is an honour and an indication of the impact Clarizen has made in transforming Online Work Management Software into an enterprise application,” stated Avinoam Nowogrodski, CEO and Founder of Clarizen. “Clarizen helps transform companies to become Real-Time enterprises by giving them the tools to gain visibility, transparency and predictability into their mission critical business processes. We thank the Bully Award Committee for selecting Clarizen for this prestigious award.”
Clarizen is a leading global provider of collaborative online work management software that allows businesses to easily manage all of their work, projects and resources in a single, simple to use environment. Clarizen’s work management tools, facilitate true team collaboration and project execution, ensuring data is always up-to-date and aligned with business objectives.
“We searched for the ‘wily beast’ we believe lives inside all successful businesses,” adds Duvall. “We very carefully reviewed seed, angel, early-stage and growth-stage companies, and selected 30 winners that we believe have demonstrated clear potential for further growth, including a high probability for exit in the next few years.”