For Immediate Release
VAUGHAN, Ont – December 13, 2017. – SAMANTHA HORNBY & BLUE LINK ERP WINNERS AT THE ERP WRITERS’ AWARDS 2017
The awards recognize top writing talent across the ERP industry from all types of publication, with categories for both vendor and independent blogs, and for individual writers. The final results were decided by a combination of recommendations from the judges and a public vote.
Awards judge and ERP Focus Editor Kathryn Beeson said:
“Samantha Hornby scored well in both the public vote and amongst the judges. Samantha’s work is concise and showcases a good depth of knowledge about ERP and related processes. I’d like to congratulate her for her well-deserved Silver Award in the hotly contested Best Writer category!
I’d also like to say well done to Blue Link ERP for their Bronze Award in the Best Vendor Blog category. The Blue Link ERP blog has some excellent industry-focused content and their popularity is demonstrated by their success in the public vote. Well done!”
ABOUT THE AWARDS
The ERP Writers’ Awards were launched in 2013 by ERP Focus to recognize top writing talent across the industry. We’re excited – as ever – to recognize the brightest and best of this year’s ERP writing talent.
“As the co-founder of diginomica, I’m also a full-time blogger” explains judge Jon Reed. “Part of that role involves my five-year tradition of curating the best enterprise blogs and analysis for my weekly Enterprise Hits and Misses column. I’m always looking for work that cuts through the enterprise noise and provides context and critique in the midst of tech hype.”
Run every year, the ERP Writers’ Awards recognize the most switched on bloggers, writers, and journalists working in the ERP industry, with prizes available in Best Vendor Blog, Best Independent Blog, Best Writer and Best Article categories.
ABOUT ERP FOCUS
ERP Focus is an online publication which caters to professionals across the ERP industry. It provides product and industry news, whitepapers, comparison tools and how-to guides for professionals looking for advice on selecting, implementing and running ERP.