The Upshot50 winners represent some of the most significant technologies shaping marketing today. These are key marketing tools and technologies that all marketers should be paying attention to
Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 2, 2009
Upshot Institute, a marketing analysis, education and consulting firm, today announced the winners of the 2009 Upshot50 Marketing Technology Leaders Award. The Upshot50 Awards recognize marketing technology providers offering the most innovative, powerful and useful marketing tools and technologies.
Upshot50 winners were nominated by marketing professionals and ultimately selected based on votes from the marketing community. As marketing technology as a category comes into its own, Upshot Institute works to assure that leaders in the category receive recognition for outstanding offerings.
Upshot Institute Co-Founders Chris Ross and Steve Gollob are focused on providing resources and insights into this rapidly emerging space. "The Upshot50 winners represent some of the most significant technologies shaping marketing today. These are key marketing tools and technologies that all marketers should be paying attention to" says Ross. "Staying top-of-mind in today's jumble of impressive technologies designed to serve marketers has never been more critical. Companies voted into the Upshot50 have been delighted by the visibility gained through this recognition." says Gollob.
About The Upshot Institute
The Upshot Institute is an information, analysis, education and consulting services firm, with a focus on marketing technology and the ways in which it may be applied in marketing organizations. The Upshot Institute delivers a range of useful resources and opportunities for both marketers and vendors, such as free on-demand summits, workshops, vendor reports, podcasts and the insanely popular Upshot50 Awards. The Upshot50 are companies recognized for offering the most innovative, powerful and useful marketing tools and technologies who are empowering marketers in today's complex new world.
Steve Gollob / Upshot Institute
Chris Ross / Upshot Institute