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Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2007/02/12 - SoftwareShield Technologies, Inc. announced today that it is a finalist for the Software & Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) prestigious Codie Awards, in the Best Digital Rights Management Solution category - SoftwareShield.com.
Nominated for Best Digital Rights Management Solution
SoftwareShield Technologies, Inc. (softwareShield.com), a world-class Digital Rights Management and licensing and protection system, announced today that it is a finalist for the Software & Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) prestigious Codie Awards, in the Best Digital Rights Management Solution category.
The SoftwareShield™ System SDK provides a comprehensive Software Developer’s Toolkit for creating licensing systems and protection software that developers can use to distribute and sell their Windows® applications online.
“We’re thrilled with the nomination received from the Codie Awards committee,” says Zack Wickes, President of SoftwareShield Technologies. “It validates for us the hard work we put in to making SoftwareShield a premiere software licensing system for software developers.”
Established in 1986, the Codie Awards celebrate outstanding achievement and vision in the software, digital information and education technology industries. Through a unique combination of journalist and peer review, the Codie Awards recognize 72 categories of outstanding products and services. This year’s 367 finalists represent an impressive array of technology and business excellence, passion and success. They were chosen from more than 1,200 nominations submitted by more than 600 companies - breaking the record set in the 2006 awards. Over 219 individuals in the trade press, consulting, educators, IT specialists and other neutral specialists have reviewed all of the products entered.
“The 2007 Codie Finalists represent real winners, even at this stage of the contest,” said Ken Wasch, SIIA President. “Competition is fiercer than ever and that makes selection as a Codie Finalist a real achievement. All the companies on this year’s list should feel justifiably proud of their recognition.”