DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards: Vote for Returning Winners BackOffice Associates and HiT Software

April 25, 2016 Enget Dang

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Last year we were honored to have won Database Trends and Applications’ (DBTA) 2015 DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Data Governance Solution with the Data Stewardship Platform (DSP), and this year we are looking to do it again!

With more than 300 nominees across 29 categories, the 2016 DBTA Readers’ Choice Awards gives the power of choosing winners to those whose opinions count above all others – yours.

This year, BackOffice’s DSP is being nominated for Best Data Quality Solution and returning as last year’s winner for Best Data Governance Solution categories. 

Voting is extremely simple, just a quick contact form and your winner selections. You’ll also receive an email to confirm your votes once the voting period ends.

BackOffice Associates has also been nominated for HiT Software’s DBMoto in the following three categories – so please vote for us in these categories as well.

  • Best Data Integration Solution (HiT DBMoto)
  • Best Change Data Capture Solution (HiT DBMoto)
  • Best Data Replication Solution (HiT DBMoto)

Voting closes Friday, May 20th, so be sure to get your vote in before then by going to http://www.dbta.com/ReadersChoice/2016/Vote.aspx.

We appreciate all your support in helping us win last year’s award and hoping you can help us do it again this year!

About the Author

Enget Dang

As Inbound Marketing Manager, Enget helps in the development of BackOffice's digital marketing strategy in the areas of social media, content generation, video marketing and search engine optimization. When not engulfed in digital media, Enget builds relationships with customers in our BackOffice User Group.

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