Nominations Open for the 2013 ERP Software Writers’ Awards
Nominations are now open for the 2013 ERP Writers’ Awards. The awards recognize the authors behind some of the best ERP software content out there. From small bloggers to industry analysts, the awards celebrate writers that have contributed valuable insight, opinion or knowledge to the ERP community this year.
Hosted by ERP Focus, the 2013 ERP Writers’ Awards are open to anyone who has written on the topic of ERP software over the past year. You can nominate yourself or others and we welcome all forms of written content including articles, blog posts and reviews.
Head Judge Louis Columbus sees the awards as a sign the enterprise software market is becoming less insular. "The ERP Software Writers’ Awards recognize the most insightful, valuable contributions to the industry and illustrate how enterprise software overall is in the midst of a shift away from insular IT architectures to more customer- and demand-driven systems".
The ERP Software Writers’ Awards recognize the most insightful, valuable contributions to the industry - Louis Columbus
The inaugural ERP Writers’ Awards focuses on four categories - Best Writer, Best Article, Best Independent Blog, and Best Vendor Blog. Nominations close on Thursday 5th December with the winners being announced on Thursday 12th December.
Nominated work should be published online and be in the public domain. If you wish to nominate unpublished writing, please submit your work to ERP Focus and we will be happy to consider it for publication on our website.
Judging this year's competition will be a panel of industry experts with a broad experience of ERP. Looking for insight, originality and accuracy in this year’s nominations will be:
Louis Columbus - Louis is a Forbes columnist with over nine years experience in the enterprise software marketplace. Louis contributes to several publications in the enterprise software space including Enterprise Irregulars and has lectured at Webster University for the past 13 years.
Tom Miller - Tom is an ERP software writer with hundreds of published articles to his name. With 15 years experience as an ERP project manager, Tom writes about a broad range of topics including strategy, supply chain and manufacturing.
Tom Feltham - Tom is the editor and all-round content guru at ERP Focus. Tom has worked to develop the ERP software community online through ERP Focus, #ERPchat on Twitter, The ERP Community on Google+ and now, The 2013 ERP Writers’ Awards.
For updates on the awards and the latest nominations, search #ERPWriters13 on Twitter.
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