Tuesday, December 1, 2009

gStepOne.com named a finalist in the 2009 Anthill Cool Company Awards

GStepOne.com has been named a finalist in the ‘Commercial Creativity’ Award at Anthill’s 4th Annual Cool Company Awards, held in Southbank, Victoria, on Thursday 26th November.

GStepOne.com is a free Google wizard writer that enables users to harness the power of Google’s online applications and tools to create simple, publicly available tutorials. It is ‘lite’, free version of its flagship WorkScript system, developed in response to the growing trend towards web-based resources and designed for rapid business process activation and change in small to medium-sized businesses.

“Wordware should be very pleased with its success,” said James Tuckerman, Editor-In-Chief, Anthill Magazine. “Though not a winner this year, making the final three in their category is an outstanding achievement; the Cool Company Awards attracted over 350 nominations from some very cool companies from all across Australia.”

The Anthill Cool Company Awards were launched in 2006, as a way to acknowledge and celebrate Australian companies that are doing things differently to bring about positive change.

The Commercial Creativity Award recognises a project rather than a company per se. It celebrates creative, “outside-the-square” solutions that deliver on a project brief.

The national awards were held at a Cocktail Ceremony at the spectacular Melbourne Recital Centre on Thursday 26th November 2009, where category winners and the ‘Coolest Company Award’ were announced.

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