Tampere, Finland, October 10, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- HammerKit, the developer of a cloud based web design toolkit and publishing platfrom won the e-Business & Commerce category in the national WSA competition. The competition, that is organised every other year, is part of the United Nations information society strategy.
“We really value this acknowledgment, because we want to support the development of the information society. HammerKit aims at making web service creation faster and cheaper than before. We want quality online services to be available to as many organisations, communities and individuals as possible,” says Mark Sorsa-Leslie, CEO of HammerKit.
WSA Finland rewarded one candidate in each of the eight competition categories. The winners are the Finnish candidates for next year’s global World Summit Awards. Finns have done well in the previous competitions: Habbo Hotel of Sulake was awarded in 2003 and Wreck a Movie of Energia Productions in 2009.
CEO Mark Sorsa-Leslie, HammerKit, email@example.com, +358 40 580 1962
About World Summit Award (WSA)
The World Summit Award (WSA) is a global activity to select and promote the world's best e-Content and most innovative ICT applications. WSA is based on a unique mechanism of a global contest supported by national selections and a sequence of content-focused events, conferences and promotional exhibitions. WSA was initiated by Austria in 2003 in the framework of the United Nations' World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) and is organised by a global partner network, coordinated by the International Center for New Media. WSA implements the UN agenda for the development of the information society and supports specifically the UN Millennium Development Goals of ending poverty, hunger and disease, providing education for all, saving the environment and giving a fair share to women through the use of ICTs. http://www.wsis-award.org
About HammerKit Oy
HammerKit is the first real-time web design system in the cloud that enables web designers to build data-centric, feature rich services directly in the browser, without coding. HammerKit’s state-of-the-art software component technology offers designers the power to complete web projects that would have once required a team of highly skilled programmers. By going beyond mock-ups and wireframes designers may build fully functional web sites quicker and more easily than ever before. www.hammerkit.com