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Beehive, 5 others win Nasscom's IT Innovation Award

20-November-2004
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Beehive, 5 others win Nasscom's IT Innovation Award

To encourage intellectual property development in IT, Nasscom has identified six best Indian product and technology companies. The six companies, namely, Beehive Systems, Whizlabs Software, Compulink India, Pace Soft, Shrishti Software, and Liqwid Krystal, have been conferred with the Nasscom 'IT Innovation in India' award.

The award has been given to the six companies for spearheading innovation (in products and solutions) and original IP creation movement, and aims at celebrating the spirit of innovation in the emerging Indian IT companies.

“We feel extremely proud to receive this award and we share this honour with all those who made it possible for us - our clients and partners. This award is a testimony to our conviction that innovation in products and solutions is the finest way of keeping our clients on the leading edge and providing them with superior returns.” said Tushar Kothari, Co-founder & Managing Director, Beehive.

The six winners were selected from over 96 companies across India. The award will be presented at an annual summit in Mumbai on February 8, 2005.

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