Barcelona (PRWEB UK) 15 October 2013
Scytl, the worldwide leader in secure online voting and election modernization, has been awarded the Longhorns 2013 Bully Award (in the poste series A firms in growth stage) by White Bull for its excellence in innovation and growth potential.
Judged by a panel of renowned industry analysts, journalists, academics, and experts, the selection is based on a standardized analysis, designed in conjunction with top business schools in Europe and abroad and includes firms that have demonstrated excellence in innovation and growth potential.
The Longhorns Bully Award is a source of great pride for Scytl and clearly shows our dedication to a business and product R&D strategy that clearly aligns with the market and client needs, says Pere Valles, CEO at Scytl.
The granting of the awards is done by judges of the caliber of San Francisco Chronicle’s David Einstein, USA Today Tech Columnist Mark Veverka, Google’s Yves Cornaz, GigaOM’s David Meyer, Red Herring’s former Editor in Chief Joel Dreyfuss, R Merger Markets (Financial Times Group), Rupert Cock, BBC/CNN Analyst, Ralph Silva, to name a few.
The 2013 Bully Award winners were selected for innovation and excellence, and represent Europes elite TMT companies. They are leaders in their field, with meaningful business propositions and market strategies, driven by a rich understanding of customer needs and technological solutions, stated Farley Duvall, Chairman and founder of White Bull Summits. The competition was incredibly strong this year and is a clear indication of the strength of European innovation.
The criteria for final selection includes insight to the company