PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- On November 20th, over 200 of the industry's best and brightest took over center ice at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to celebrate and recognize the USA's most innovative telecom companies, products, and people that push the industry boundaries and upend the status quo.
Award categories included: Best Company Culture, Most Innovative Telecom Company, Corporate Responsibility, Most Influential Woman in Telecom, Judges' Choice, and the most coveted award: Project Manager of the Year. Over 140 submissions from 96 companies were submitted over the 30 day nomination period.
"The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas – featuring a Cox Business-built, 10-Gigabit fiber-optic network with over 500 wireless access points – was the perfect venue to host the crème de la crème of the telecom industry'," said Brett Cupta, Sitetracker Co-founder and VP of Customer Success. "Based on the 200 plus smiles I saw across our nominees and winners faces out on center ice, everyone had a great night."
Award presenters included Sitetracker CEO, Giuseppe Incitti, who presented the first award of the evening for Best Corporate Culture. Incitti was excited to present the first award, as in his words, "corporate culture is so critical to the success of businesses in not only the telecom industry but across all industries".
Although many high-quality nominations were received, there could only be one winner in each category. Winners include:
- Tower Engineering Professionals for Best Company Culture
- Tilson Technology Management for Most Innovative Telecom Company
- Modus for Corporate Responsibility
- Lorrie Pope of Congruex for Most Influential Woman in Telecom
- Vertical Bridge for Judges' Choice
- Alicia Manzi of Segra for Project Manager of the Year
Best Company Culture:
Finalists: Airosmith Development, The CBR Group, Leaf Communications, Modus, SAC Wireless, Tower Engineering Professionals, Tillman Infrastructure, United Fiber & Data, VerticalBridge, ZenFi Networks.
Winner: TEP, Tower Engineering Professionals
Most Innovative Telecom Company:
Finalists: Congruex, Keypoint Communications, Modus, Tower Engineering Professionals, Tilson Technology Management, United Fiber & Data, ZenFi Networks
Winner: Tilson Technology Management
Finalists: Black & Veatch, Modus, SAC Wireless, and Tower Engineering Professionals
Most Influential Woman in Telecom
Finalists: Kim Martin of TEP, Iris Dawson of In-Range, Rowena Okialda of Modus, Theresa Baker of T-Mobile, Lorrie Pope of Congruex, Carolyn Hardwick, National Director Of Business Development at Squan, and President of the WWLF.
Winner: Lorrie Pope of Congruex.
Winner: Vertical Bridge
Project Manager of the Year:
Finalists: Alicia Manzi from Segra, April Magliaro from Zenfi Networks, Cristina Lacona from Zenfi Networks, James Francisco from Advantage Engineers, Joseph Viola from AT&T, Michael Giancursio from Windstream, Rowena Okialda from Modus, and Tom Ladik from Advantage Engineers.
Winner: Alicia Manzi from Segra
Winner: SAC Wireless
A nostalgic and thankful Tim May, Sitetracker Co-Founder and CTO, also presented an impromptu award to Sitetracker's long-standing customer SAC Wireless:
At Sitetracker, we are incredibly thankful that we were able to host this early Thanksgiving feast for the individuals and companies that have made telecom an industry to be proud of. We wish all of our customers, finalists and the whole industry a happy holiday season.
Sitetracker, Inc. powers the successful deployment of critical infrastructure. As the global standard for managing high-volume projects, the Sitetracker Platform enables growth-focused innovators to optimize the entire asset lifecycle. From the field to the C-suite, Sitetracker enables stakeholders to perfect how they plan, deploy, maintain, and grow their capital asset portfolios. Market leaders in the telecommunications, utility, smart cities, and energy industries — such as Verizon, Fortis, Alphabet, British Telecom, and Vodafone — rely on Sitetracker to manage millions of sites and projects representing over $19 billion of portfolio holdings globally. For more information, visit www.sitetracker.com.
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