We made it through to being finalists in the Consensus Software Awards. Last week we went through the torment of an hour presentation to a panel of nine (9) judges. However, we won't find out if we're winners till the end of April. For those that our interested, our original round-one submission for the award is available online.
It never ceases to amaze me how this whole FarCry CMS caper seems to be taking on a life of its own. Just being a finalist is a great endorsement of FarCry's enterprise class status.
To give you an idea of what Consensus is all about, here's some blurb on the award and a link to their website:
"The Consensus Software Awards are Australia’s only independently judged Awards for Australian designed and developed software. Each year we invite some of Australia’s most respected industry professionals to join our judging panels. By applying the pre-defined judging criteria the panels are free to make an unlimited number of award recommendations each year based on merit where the best rise to the top. The Awards are recognised and endorsed by government and leading industry bodies. Winners and finalists benefit from industry and general media exposure throughout the competition and are invited to use the 'Endorsed by Consensus' certification scheme to further promote the quality of the product or service."
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