Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 05, 2013
CMiC, the leader in creating advanced, technologically open enterprise-wide software solutions for construction and capital project management, announced today the launch of its annual Innovation Award contest.
Each year CMiC hosts the innovation award contest with its aim at recognizing and honoring companies that best demonstrated effective and innovative ideas that have resulted in significant growth. This year's first place winner will receive $5,000 to a charity of their choice. Second place winner will receive $2,000 to a charity of their choice. To participate in the contest, contestants must visit the CMiC Facebook page and click on the contest tab. Submit a photo of your innovation along with a 200 word description of why your innovation or strategy is important to the construction industry and the benefits your company has achieved through the innovation.
To qualify for the award, entering contestants must be CMiC clients. Winners will be required to showcase their innovation at the CMiC Connect 2013 conference in Scottsdale, Arizona. Winners will also receive a feature profile on the CMiC website to showcase their innovation. After a review of the submissions, the top two innovators will be selected and notified.
Submit your entry today for a chance to win for your charity!
CMiC (cmicglobal.com) is the leading provider of complete, integrated and advanced enterprise level software solutions for construction and capital projects. For nearly four decades, CMiC has partnered with the largest and most technologically progressive AEC firms and capital project owners in North America, gaining detailed insight into the unique business needs of the industry. From that experience, CMiC has created CMiC Open Enterprise v10, the most advanced construction and capital project software solution ever developed. Combining an incredibly flexible technological infrastructure with a philosophy of total integration, CMiC Open Enterprise v10 lowers costs, improves productivity and increases interoperability.