San Jose, CA, November 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Business Radar announced that it has won the 2013 Aegis Alexander Graham Bell award for innovation in enterprise mobility. The Aegis award counts PwC as its knowledge partner.
“Mobile teams operate with maximum accountability but minimum visibility,” said Deepak Swamy, CEO of Business Radar. Increasingly distributed, decentralized and outsourced, these 'mashup' teams often lack even basic tools for project collaboration, forcing teams to manage-by-email. Our unique tablet app suite is designed for mobile teams--ranging from utility field crews to telecom managed service providers and real estate and energy developers."
"Anyone on the team can touch a photo avatar to discover who’s who on the team hierarchy, connect with them, view and manage project tasks and workflow, assignments, team locations, and KPIs, and dynamically manage project performance on the go,” he added.
Business Radar has also been selected by Cleantech Connections to the “Cleantech 100” and invited to present at the CleanTech Futures conference on November 4-5 in San Francisco.
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Founded in 2012 by tech entrepreneur Deepak Swamy, Business Radar is “point of activity intelligence” (PoAI) for today’s mobile and virtual teams and their managers. PoAI connects mobile workforces—including contractors and partners—to improve productivity and customer experience. The gamified photo-avatar based app is designed by mobile gaming guru YP Chua. Originally incorporated in California as Bossanova Systems, Business Radar offers flexible managed service pricing designed to meet the needs of businesses of all sizes.