Company Earns Prestigious Industry Recognition for Innovation in Collaboration and Web 2.0 Tools
October 3, LONDON, UK – Workshare, a leading provider of secure enterprise collaboration applications, today announced that the 2013 Golden Bridge Awards named Workshare as a silver winner in the Best Innovations in Collaboration and Web 2.0 Tools category. This is the second consecutive year that Workshare has been recognized at the Golden Bridge Awards, further distinguishing the company as a market leader in the collaboration space.
Workshare was honored for its secure, enterprise-grade collaboration applications, which enable enterprise users to easily create, share, and manage high-value content anywhere, on any device. It was designed to meet enterprise requirements for control without disrupting the way users want to work. Workshare is the only company to offer a single solution for collaboration, policy enforcement, metadata cleaning, and comparison in the cloud.
“It’s an honor to be recognized by the Golden Bridge Awards for the second consecutive year,” said Workshare CEO, Anthony Foy. “Today, cloud-based enterprise collaboration is about empowering employees to do their work with technology they actually want to use. Workshare is committed to providing intuitive, easy-to-use collaboration tools that don’t compromise on security, so companies can ensure their data is secure, without disrupting productivity."
Through its integration with Microsoft Outlook, Workshare creates a shared and secure workspace for employees and authorized collaborators outside of the organization. Its built-in version-comparison software allows users to compare any two file versions simultaneously for accurate and faster revisions. Workshare is compatible with more than 200 file types, including Adobe and Microsoft Office, and integrates with legacy ECM systems like SharePoint and iManage, enabling professionals to work the way they’re used to, without putting organizational security at risk.
The Golden Bridge Awards encompass the world’s best in business and innovation, honoring and generating industry-wide and peer recognition of both organizational and individual performance. Bronze winners in the Best Innovations in Collaboration and Web 2.0 Tools were AvePoint, Inc. for DocAve 6 and Spigit for Spigit Engage. Trace One won Gold for its Trace One Packaging Manager.