Awards Recognize Strategic Innovation in the Midmarket Sector

Boardroom Events announced the winners of their Vendor Excellence and Midmarket CIO Awards last week in Austin.

Presented at the conclusion of the Fall 2017 Midmarket CIO Forum, these accolades recognize the best in technology collaboration in the midmarket sector.

Vendor Excellence Awards celebrate providers solving challenges with significant financial and overall business impact.

Winners and finalists include:

Information Builders

Best Midmarket Solution, Software: Information Builders Finalists: Mimecast, Netreo, Darktrace


Best Midmarket Solution, Service: Info-Tech Finalists: Genesis 10, vMOX

Scale Computing

Best Midmarket Solution, Hardware: Scale Computing Finalists: Dell EMC | Nutanix, Green Revolution Cooling

Best Midmarket CIO Forum Newcomer: ZOOM Finalists: Darktrace, Morphisec


Best Midmarket Strategy, Select Sponsor: Darktrace Finalists: Dell Boomi, Halo BI, Silver Peak Systems

Best Midmarket Strategy, Elite Sponsor: Mimecast Finalists: Information Builders, Scale Computing

“These providers customize their products and services to meet the needs of our midmarket clients,” said Charles Badoian, President of Boardroom Events. “Our core mission focuses on assisting executives on their professional journeys, and these awards are a testament to their relevance, research and insights.”

Adam Waldron

Adam Waldron (center), CIO at Idaho Farm Bureau Insurance, was honored with the Midmarket CIO Award of Excellence for his partnership with Scale Computing.

Scale helped deploy a modern, high-tech suite of services for tech-savvy millennial work force, including a cloud-based P&C insurance lifecycle solution that is projected to save millions of dollars over the lifetime of the equipment by reducing licensing costs and infrastructure complexity.

Check out the full album of the Fall 2017 Forum here.

Mark your calendars now! The Spring 2018 Midmarket CIO Forum will convene April 8-10 in Savannah, Ga. at the Westin Savannah Harbor. Don’t miss it