The Central Michigan Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (CMPRSA) presented Edge Partnerships and INgage Networks with an Achievement Award for Community Relations during the 2011 PACE Awards. This award showcases the efforts of MichEEN, an online community powered by INgage Networks that helped local government, schools, businesses and other groups save time, money and effort by sharing strategies needed to solve 21st century energy challenges.
INgage Networks proudly accepted two 2011 Communicator Awards by the International Academy of the Visual Arts in the Video category for Recruitment and Corporate Image. With thousands of entries received from across the U.S. and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring the creative excellence for communications professionals.
For the third year in a row, Social CRM expert & best-selling author Paul Greenberg selects INgage Networks as a winner on The CRM Watchlist 2011, as published on ZDNet. Those on the list are companies that Greenberg thinks buyers and influencers and others should watch in 2011 because they impact or will impact the CRM and SCRM landscape and also provide value to businesses in need of a CRM related product. From a list of 130 companies narrowed down to roughly 30 winners, INgage Networks was one of seven companies in "The Social Mainstream" category.
Leading IT market research and advisory firm IDC selects INgage Networks - one of only 10 companies - for its Innovative Software Companies Under $100 Million to Watch, 2010 Award.
IDC solicited case studies from vendors that exemplified one or more of three key trends in applications today as the basis for the award. These trends were: Social Business Solutions, Enterprise Application Vendors Go-to-Market Strategies, and Mobile Enterprise Applications. The case studies were evaluated individually and independently by related market analysts across several pre-determined criteria.
INgage Networks and the Michigan State University College of Communication Arts & Sciences is an Innovation Michigan 2010 Award finalist. Business Review selects the finalists based on the uniqueness of the innovation, which could include a new product, process, business, line or service. The collaboration between MSU and INgage Networks aims to solve statewide problems using social media.
INgage Networks is a finalist for the Red Herring 100 North America Award, a prestigious list honoring the year's most promising private technology ventures across North America. The Red Herring editorial team selected the most innovative companies from a pool of hundreds based on financial performance, technology innovation and quality of management.
INgage Networks (formerly Neighborhood America), a two-time SIIA CODiE Award Winner for Best Social Networking Solution, is one of only three vendors named as finalists in this category, alongside LexisNexis and Salesforce - this year's winner.
The annual CODiE Awards are among the most esteemed in the software industry, celebrating outstanding achievements and vision in software, digital information and education technology industries. Nominated products undergo an intensive review by subject matter experts, analysts, journalists and others with deep experience in the field, with only the highest scoring entries making it to the final round.
Kim Patrick Kobza, president and CEO of INgage Networks was recognized by Gulfshore Business as one of this year's "Power Players." Gulfshore Business describes the prestigious 47 power players as "movers and shakers" who use personal resources as well as talents and brains to make a difference. And when they speak, others listen - and often follow.
Kim Kobza, president and CEO of INgage Networks (formerly Neighborhood America), earned the TechAmerica 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year Award. The awards highlight high-tech leaders who have made a significant contribution to the technology industry in Florida.
INgage Networks (formerly Neighborhood America) wins the 2009 Excellence in Web 2.0 Award from ITFlorida. ITFlorida is a non-profit membership organization that represents Florida's diverse information technology communities on a statewide basis. From 250 nominees, INgage Networks was one of 16 awarded the highest honor of achievement. The Excellence in Web 2.0 Award recognizes the impact that the new use of web technologies continues to have in the information age.
INgage Networks (formerly Neighborhood America) wins a 2009 WebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Website Development. The award, presented by the Web Marketing Association, recognizes INgage Networks' 'Standard of Excellence' in the technology category. This is the second consecutive year the company wins this award.
The Web Marketing Association reviewed more than 2,000 sites from 45 countries in 96 industry categories during this year's competition. Entries were judged on design, copy writing, innovation, content, interactivity, navigation, and use of technology.