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updated: 11/15/2012 11:41 AM

BigMachines names Customer Success Award winners

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Deerfield-based BigMachines Inc., the global B2B eCommerce leader in cloud-based product configuration, pricing, quoting, and proposal generation, announced the winners of its 2012 Customer Success Awards.

The Customer Success Awards are presented to BigMachines customers showcasing business results, technical innovation, user adoption, alignment with best practices, and executive sponsorship leveraging BigMachines within an organization to drive exceptional results. Awards were presented at BigIdeas, BigMachines' annual customer and cloud conference, at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on November 12, 2012.

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Winners of the 2012 Customer Success Awards are BigResults; GE Energy; BigAdoption; Thomson Reuters; BigBrain; SPX Process Equipment; BigAdvocate; Jeff Myers, vice president, global systems & Ssftware development at Savvis; BigInnovation; and First Data

"Not only do these customers represent some of the most outstanding brands within their respective industries, their engagement with BigMachines has demonstrated both innovation and the adoption of best practices that help to transform their sales organizations," said David Bonnette, president of BigMachines. "The results that these companies are generating through their partnership with BigMachines speak volumes about their ability to operate as industry leaders."

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