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SOA World Magazine "Readers' Choice Awards" Voting Is Now Open

Recognizing excellence in the software, solutions, or services provided by the industry's top SOA vendors

SYS-CON's SOA World Magazine announced today that the 2009 voting in its annual SOA World Magazine Readers' Choice Awards is now open. Voting will end October 23, 2009, and winners will be announced the week of November 2-4, 2009, at the "SOA in the Cloud" track at the 4th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo. To vote for your favorite SOA products and services today - don't put it off, voting takes just a few seconds.

So vote for your favorite Service-Oriented products and services today - don't put it off, voting takes just a few seconds.

Click Here to Cast Your Vote Today !

"The Enterprise IT professionals and their Managers, who constitute the dedicated readers of SOA World Magazine are personally, professionally, and often passionately involved in the front-line of deploying workloads. Their recognition is hard to win," said Jeremy Geelan, Sr. Vice-President of SYS-CON Media, when the awards were initially announced in the Summer. "That is why we are so excited to be launching these Readers' Choice awards, an open competition that gives everyone an equal chance, no matter what part of the IT ecosystem they inhabit, of giving recognition to the SOA solutions they commend the most."

SYS-CON's Readers' Choice Awards, also known as the "Oscars of the Software Industry," has been one of the most prestigious industry award programs for more than a decade. This year's SOA World awards will be given in twenty categories and the award-winning products and services will be 100% selected by SOA World Magazine readers...so don't hesitate, cast your vote right now.

Click Here to Cast Your Vote Today !

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SOA World Magazine 2009 Readers' Choice Awards Voting Ballot


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