SDL Studio GroupShare™ Wins at the 2012 American Business Awards
Winners in American Business Awards First Tech and New Product Awards Ceremony Announced
10/16/2012 12:08:55 PM
SDL (LSE: SDL) the leader in Global Information Management is pleased to announce that SDL Studio GroupShare has been named the winner of a People’s Choice Stevie® Award for Favourite New Products, in the 10th Annual American Business Awards and was honored with a Silver Stevie® Award in the New Product or Service of the Year - Software - Project Management Solution category.
SDL Studio GroupShare is the collaboration hub for small and medium sized localization teams using SDL Trados Studio® and SDL MultiTerm®. With GroupShare teams work via a single platform containing centralized translation memories, terminology and projects. The result is greater control to deliver quality translations faster.
The American Business Awards are the nation’s premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S.A. are eligible to submit nominations – public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small.
The People’s Choice Stevie Awards for Favorite New Products are a feature of The American Business Awards in which the general public can vote for their favorite new products and services of the year. More than 98,000 votes were cast in 30 product categories in this year’s vote. All new products and services honored in the ABA’s new product categories were included in people’s choice voting.
Stevie Award winners were selected by more than 270 executives nationwide who participated in the judging process this year.
“We are honored that SDL Studio GroupShare has received a Silver Stevie Award for New Product or Service of the Year as a software solution and pleased to have also been named a winner of this year’s People’s Choice Stevie® Award for Favorite New Products,” said Tim McManus, Senior Vice President of products for SDL’s Language Technologies Division. “SDL is delighted to be recognized for our success in providing this further innovation to the language industry.”