Toronto, ON (PRWEB) March 21, 2013
Blueprint® announced today it has received industry recognition from AceTech Ontario for best practices and thought leadership in the areas of digital content marketing and agile development.
AceTech Ontario is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing programs and opportunities for CEOs and their senior executive teams to learn, network and share experiences with a close-knit carefully qualified group of like-minded peers. AceTech Ontario members come from growth oriented, IP-based technology companies with revenues between $2million and $400million, and a desire to develop their leadership skills and drive their company’s success.
The purpose of the AceTech Ontario Leadership Initiative is to tap into the vast knowledge and experience of the CEO member companies. This program recognizes the expertise and thought leadership of the members and provides a channel to effectively share knowledge and best practices among the membership. CEO member companies must apply for this designation by outlining their best practices, significant experience and best-of-class processes in a specific topic area.
“AceTech Ontario is proud to recognize each of these companies for this great achievement” said Jo Ann Dizy, Executive Director, AceTech Ontario. “The Leadership initiative is designed to recognize technology leaders that think out of the box and ahead of the curve, and each of these companies is a great example of those qualities.”
“Blueprint is very proud to be a dual 2013 AceTech Leadership Initiative award winner,” said Jennifer Bentley, Chief Marketing Officer, Blueprint. “We strive to bring thought leadership and creativity into all aspects of our organization and are ecstatic that this has been recognized by our peer community.”
Blueprint (http://www.blueprintsys.com) develops requirements definition and management software that is purpose-built to resolve virtually every problem encountered in requirements definition and management today. Designed specifically for use by Business Analysts, Blueprint automates the time-consuming, costly, error-prone nature of requirements. The result? More predictable budgets and schedules, better visibility throughout the organization, faster-time-to market, and higher quality outcomes with far less rework along the way.