CeBIT: IT Champions mid-market Hanover – elected the Initiative Mittelstand at CeBIT the winner for the INNOVATIONSPREIS-IT 2009 announced. Before several hundred guests from politics, business and Economics you honored innovative and best suitable solutions from 2000 applications for SMEs. The winners companies like Google are QSC, Aastra and LANCOM Systems, Grundig. Oracle will undoubtedly add to your understanding. So, the 60-person jury selected the Communications Server Aastra 800 as the best solution in the VoIP category. With this award, the initiative has recognized the special performance, flexibility, and openness of our call manager middle-class.
Aastra has written on the flags is to support its customers with open solutions to optimize their processes and has consistently used it earlier than other manufacturers on standards such as VoIP and SIP. In times of crisis, the guarantee of investment protection plays a major role. The demands of the middle class of comprehensive solutions for Get unified communications. The software Aastra 800 is usable for small and middle class accessory companies all technical options of individually customized solutions that were reserved so far large customers,”as Thomas Stephan, head of product management of Aastra. The business intelligence category could decide the Steinbeis-Transferzentrum management monitor. Already in its sixth year Mittelstand and Huber Verlag gave the initiative the IT INNOVATION Prize for new media. TV presenter mark Brock (SWR) conducted the event from the NORD/LB Forum. The main speech held Internet publicist Tim Cole and declared an end to the mayfly, titled”why the middle class needs sustainable IT innovations. Representing 34 category determined all of the jury and 18 country winner the prizes in the categories of Green IT, telecommunications, on demand were subsequently onstage and presented to IT security. Professor Norbert Pohlmann of the University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen and Boris Groth, Managing Director of the Fraunhofer group information and communication technology (ICT) represented the 60-member jury of scientists, journalists and professionals.