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New York (ots/PRNewswire) - Technology company Agnitio has been recognized as one of '50 Mobile Companies to Watch in 2013' by AlwaysOn, the leading business media brand for the entrepreneurial community in the Global Silicon Valley. The award will be presented at gala event in the heart of Silicon Valley on October 10th, 2013.
Morten Hjelmsoe, CEO and founder speaking on potential: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73djmgHM_T8&list=PLWcyYLyUwP2Kj79TtN6LFlobeiG5tTPMP
Background video on company and philosophy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgQ5xCP8Jv0
This recognition is important news for Agnitio, which strengthened its activity in the USA, opening a major regional office near New York last year. The company makes marketing software that is used by the life science industry to communicate with healthcare professionals. With a strong position established in Europe, the company is now expanding in the US market.
"This is an wonderful recognition of the sophistication of Agnitio's products and the opportunity we have," said Morten Hjelmsoe, Agnitio CEO & founder. "It demonstrates the great strides we have already made in communicating our vision for marketing and the powerful technology that brings this vision to life."
Previous recipients of the award include Flipboard, Foursquare, Instagram, Spotify, Evernote and Rovio (Angrybirds maker).
Agnitio therefore joins an elite list of today's key technology companies from a wide range of sectors - advertising, cloud services, gaming, enterprise, commerce, and social media.
These companies are seen by AlwaysOn as the next generation in mobile, providing innovative applications and hardware solutions for both consumer and, as in Agnitio's case, business users.
The 50 Mobile Companies to Watch were nominated by leading investors, professionals and other top champions of entrepreneurial companies including: KPMG, Bridge Bank, Morgan Stanley, Adobe Ventures, SAP Ventures, Samsung Ventures & Intel Capital.
Regarding their award, OnMedia stated: "This year's 50 Mobile Companies to Watch are the future of a world that's embraced mobile technology, immersing us in a connected world that's home to limitless entrepreneurial possibilities."
Of the 50 companies, 44 were USA-based, with one from India, one from Taiwan, and one from Australia. In Europe, two came from the UK and one from Denmark (Agnitio).
The 50 Mobile Companies to Watch will be honored at a gala event which gathers the brightest minds at the historic Fox Theatre in the heart of Silicon Valley. The event takes place on October 10th, 2013.
AlwaysOn was started in 2003 by Red Herring founding editor, Tony Perkins. It is the leading business media brand connecting and informing the entrepreneurial community in the Global Silicon Valley. AlwaysOn connects Silicon Valley executives through a powerful online media network (http://www.aonetwork.com) & runs exclusive innovation summits.
Agnitio helps life science companies generate effective relationships with medical professionals. The provider of the leading pull marketing software platform for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, Agnitio's system is already implemented in more than 45 countries and 25 languages - and used by major pharmaceutical and medical device companies including: Amgen, Allergan, Gruenenthal, Roche, and Bayer.
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Morten Hjelmsoe, Agnitio CEO & founder.