|By Marketwired .||
|May 27, 2014 01:41 PM EDT||
BELLEVUE, WA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/27/14 -- K2 (www.K2.com), a leader in business process application software, is pleased to announce that the K2 Community Site (community.k2.com) received the Lithy for Best Community Design at LiNC '14, Lithium's (www.lithium.com) annual user and thought leadership conference. The award was announced during the conference on May 22, 2014.
K2 was chosen as the award winner for creating a community site with best-in-class design and usability, a unique approach to search and functionality that goes way beyond a standard user community, winning in a category of great companies and big brands including Sony, Google, Fox Sports and more.
"It's a huge honor to win the Lithy for Best Community Design," Todd Lilienthal, Director of Digital Strategy at K2, said. "We chose to work with Lithium because they have the best community platform and are the top innovators in the community and social marketing space. K2 is really pleased with the success we've seen since our March 2014 site launch."
"While there were many inspiring submissions for the Best Community Design award, K2 stood out because they designed a unique community that looks and functions differently than most other sites out there. They were very innovative with their approach to design, user interface and functionality and this led to a very high quality site," said Denise Jack, Director of Marketing at Lithium Technologies and chief architect of the Lithy Awards. "We are excited to see what K2 does to continue taking their community site to the next level."
For more information about K2's community site, visit community.k2.com.
K2 software allows people to build and run business process applications, including forms, workflow, data and reports. Across enterprises and within departments, K2 customers are rapidly transforming their companies with applications that allocate work to the right people, with all the information they need to make great decisions.
With K2's visual tools, creating, launching and using the first K2 application is a snap. Reusable components ensure the next delivers faster than the one before, and when the business needs change, it's easy to update your K2 apps to fit. More than a million users in 80-plus countries rely on K2 to streamline operations, save money and reduce risk.
For more information, please visit k2.com.
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