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Go-DB Tech Honored With CIO CHOICE 2013 for Enterprise Mobility Services

MUMBAI, January 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Go-DB Tech today announced that it has been recognized as the CIO CHOICE 2013 in Enterprise Mobility Services, by the Centre of Recognition & Excellence (CORE). This prestigious recognition comes as a result of Go-DB Tech's commitment to excellence in addressing the CIOs evolving needs in today's dynamic business environment, and reinforces Go-DB Tech as the top choice for Enterprise Mobility.

According to Raja Raman, CEO, Go-DB Tech, "The recognition reinforces the trust Go-DB Tech has gained over a decade with Indian CIOs for their Mobility implementations. Having been in Enterprise Mobility space for over a decade and providing innovative mobile solutions to Large Indian Enterprises, we are now seeing increased interest in enterprise wide mobility initiatives across industry segments and company sizes. It is very interesting time for mobility and we wish to capitalize on the opportunity using our vast experience in enterprise application integration combined with deep knowledge of various mobile technologies."

"By achieving a CIO CHOICE 2013 recognition, Go-DB Tech have demonstrated the highest, most consistent capability and commitment to the latest Enterprise Mobility Service technology which is endorsed by the CIOs," said Anoop Mathur, President at Centre of Recognition & Excellence. "These ICT vendors have a deep relationship and trust factor with the CIOs, which puts them in the Top 1 percent of the league within the CIO ecosystem, and their service excellence will help CIOs drive innovative solutions."

Go-DB Tech aims to target both the large enterprises as well as the vast SME customers. For large enterprises, it would engage via direct sales and in-premise licensing models. For the SME customers, Go-DB Tech has a comprehensive mobile cloud service called "Cloware" (www.cloware.com), which finds rapid acceptance in FMCG, Dairy and Telecom verticals.

About Go-DB Tech:

Go-DB Tech is a software product firm specializing in mobility solutions for enterprises - to mobilize business processes outside their corporate walls. The company's solutions are built over their proven Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP), powering business critical applications at many Fortune 500 companies. With over 450 man years of Enterprise Mobility experience, Go-DB Tech has gained the trust of more than 150 customers via a strong alliance network of 100+ partners, which translates into 100,000+ deployments doing more than 220 million transactions annually.

For further details visit www.go-db.com.

About CIO CHOICE recognition 2013 by Centre of Recognition & Excellence

The CIO CHOICE 2013 is a recognition instituted by Centre of Recognition & Excellence to select most preferred ICT vendors among the India CIO community for respective IT product/Solution category. The process for the "CIO CHOICE" recognition is conducted via an independent advisory panel of imminent CIOs and an independent survey voting from across the country with CIOs and ICT decision maker. CIOs (customers) typically would look at a value proposition based on their own size, available budgets, future scalability and problem statement. Our approach with regards to vendor recognition is largely based on very "CUSTOMER CENTRIC" approach and related "CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE".

CIO CHOICE 2013 Advisory Panel: Arun Gupta, C N Ram, Dhiren Savla, Mukund Prasad, Pravir Vohra, Sandeep Phanasgaonkar, Sunil Mehta, Vijay Sethi, Vikas Gadre

CORE Chief Patrons: Zoeb Adenwala, Subhash Palkar

Contact for CIO CHOICE 2013: Anoop Mathur, President, Centre of Recognition & Excellence, [email protected], +91 22 4225 6500 

Primary Media Contact: V. Sai Lakshmidhar, [email protected], 91-44-43997700

Secondary Media Contact: K. Ramesh, [email protected], 91-44-43997744

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