|By Marketwired .||
|January 8, 2014 04:30 PM EST||
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 01/08/14 -- INTERNATIONAL CES - Compass Intelligence, a global market acceleration research and consulting firm that redefines market intelligence and consulting, announced today the winners of the 2014 Compass Intelligence Awards at a press luncheon held at the Las Vegas Convention Center and World Trade Center (LVCC) during the 2014 International CES® trade show in Las Vegas. The 2014 Compass Intelligence Awards were selected by 60+ industry-leading press and analysts who cover the mobile and wireless market. The Compass Intelligence Awards includes Mobility, A-List in M2M and Bamboo Mobile Green Technology Awards. The Awards recognize the best mobile computing, wireless data communications, Machine-to-Machine, and eco-friendly products and services offered in the market during the past year.
"Compass Intelligence is proud to honor and recognize innovators, technology leaders, and companies advancing the wireless industry," states Stephanie Atkinson, CEO & Founder, Compass Intelligence. "This esteemed winners list represents the future of wireless, M2M, and eco-friendly products and services. The consensus from industry experts makes the Compass Intelligence Awards a true industry recognition for vendors and service providers."
The winners of the 2014 Compass Intelligence Award are (listed by Category and Subcategory):
2014 MOBILITY AWARD INDUSTRY DISRUPTER AWARD T-Mobile US M&A TRANSACTION Softbank completes acquisition of Sprint & Clearwire PRODUCT OF THE YEAR Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone ROOKIE OF THE YEAR EyeVerify ENTERPRISE MOBILITY Application Development (Native & Web) IBM Worklight Integrated Mobile Management (Suite) AirWatch EMM Suite Mobile App Management (MAM) AirWatch MAM Mobile Content Management (MCM) AirWatch MCM Mobile Device Management (MDM) AirWatch Mobile Video Conferencing Cisco WebEx Mobile Platforms AirWatch MESSAGING & ALERTS Alerting Services Google Alerts eMail Apple iOS Mail Integrated Messaging WhatsApp MOBILE APPS Financial Bank of America News The NY Times Sports ESPN Sports Center Weather The Weather Channel Other - Best Mobile App Mosaik Solutions MOBILE COMMERCE Integrated Mobile Commerce SAP mCommerce Mobile Banking and Payments SAP mBanking Solutions Mobile Cash Transfer SAP mCommerce Mobile Payments Square Mobile Purchase of Digital Assets ShopSavvy MOBILE DEVICE HARDWARE Accessories Plantronics BlackWire 700 Series CPUs Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor Flash Storage SanDisk MicroSD Indoor Positioning hardware Qualcomm Izat MOBILE MARKETING Mobile Ad & App Analytics Flurry Mobile Ad Networks Opera MediaWorks Mobile Advertising Google AdMob Mobile Couponing Scanbuy Mobile Marketing Platforms Apple iAd Near Field Comms (NFC) Samsung NFC MOBILE SERVICES App Stores Apple App Store Content Delivery Flipboard Customer Care Nuance Mobile Customer Service File sharing (Cloud) Dropbox Location Based Services Google Maps / Navigation Mobile Search Google Mobile Video Services Skype PIM Synchronization Evernote Prevent Texting While Driving Cellcontrol Social Networking Twitter Streaming music Spotify MOBILE SOFTWARE Application Development (Consumer) Adobe Air Browsers & Enhancements Google Chrome Mobile Gaming Electronic Arts Network Software & Services & Analytics Neustar Productivity Evernote SmartPhone and/or tablet OS Google Android Speech-Based Services Apple Siri NOTEBOOKS/LAPTOPS Convertible/Detachable (11"-13") Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11.6' 2-in-1 Industrial, rugged Panasonic Toughbook C2 Large screen (16" or greater) Sony VAIO Fit 15 Productivity notebooks (14"-15.6") Apple MacBook Pro Ultraportables & Ultrabooks (SSD) Apple MacBook Air SECURITY Biometrics Apple Touch ID Mobile Video Security Smartvue Cloud Video Surveillance On-Device Good Technology SMARTPHONES Consumer Samsung Galaxy S4 Industrial, rugged Samsung Galaxy S4 Active Phablets Samsung Galaxy Note 3 TABLETS eBook Readers Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (6') Industrial, rugged Panasonic Toughbook FZ- G1 Large screen Apple iPad Air Small Screen Apple iPad Mini TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION Hardware EyeVerify Eyeprint Verification Software AT&T Digital Life WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS Cellular Network Hardware AT&T HSPDA + LTE Cellular Network Software & Services AT&T Device & Network Analytics CarrierIQ Femtocells/Small Cells/Signal Boosters Nextivity Cel-Fi Mobile VoIP Microsoft Skype Wi-Fi Boingo Wi-Fi service 2014 A-LIST IN M2M AWARD AUTOMOTIVE, TRANSPORTATION & DISTRIBUTION After Market Audiovox Air Transport as a Service OnAsset Intelligence Buy here pay here Finance Spireon Commercial Vehicle Telematics / Fleet Omnitracs Usage Based Insurance Modus Track and Trace / Asset Tracking OnAsset Intelligence Service Provider AT&T OEM GM OnStar Reefer / Container Maersk Enabling Software or Technology Sprint (Sprint Velocity) HEALTH & WELLNESS Consumer Wellness FitBit Personal Emergency Response Verizon SureResponse Service Provider AT&T RETAIL Digital Signage Data Display Gateways for Branch Offices, Fast Food, Casual Cradlepoint Dining, etc Vending Apriva Vertical Specific Retail (eg Kiosks and Parking USA Technologies Meters) PoS Solutions Cradlepoint Service Provider AT&T REMOTE MONITORING Asset / Equipment Tracking Omnilink Heavy Equipment (eg Cat, Doosan, John Deere) Orbcomm Law Enforcement - Parolee Tracking, etc Omnilink Pet Tracking Tagg Enabling Software or Technology Clear2There HARDWARE & SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS Embedded Hardware Qualcomm App Development / Enablement Platform Axeda OSS BSS Platform Jasper Wireless Enabling Technology Digi / Etherios Network Equipment / Technology Ericsson Modules / Silicon Sierra Wireless SERVICE PROVIDER Global Mobile Network Operator AT&T MVNO Platform KORE MVNO Solutions Integrator Numerex Satellite Orbcomm SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR & CHANNEL Large Systems Integrator IBM 2014 BAMBOO MOBILE GREEN TECHNOLOGY AWARD MOBILE BUY BACK Trade-in (online) Amazon Trade-in (in-store) Best Buy INTEGRATED BUY BACK PROGRAMS Trade-in (business) AT&T Trade-in (overall) Best Buy RECYCLING 3RD PARTY Best buyback vendor eRecyclingCorps ECO FOCUSED COMPANY Wireless Carrier Sprint OEM Samsung Eco-Innovator ecoATM
About Compass Intelligence
Compass Intelligence, a market analytics and consulting firm, specializes in strategy acceleration and insights for the high-tech and telecom industries while providing clients tailored services focused on actionable insights, metrics, and market intelligence. Compass Intelligence provides executive insights, market sizing/modeling, competitive analysis, strategic consulting, and expert recommendations on multiple markets. Visit us at http://www.compassintelligence.com. Follow Compass Intelligence on Twitter at @CompassIntel. Visit our sister websites www.ne2ne.com for the latest M2M news and www.bamboo-mobile.com for Reuse & Recycling news.
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