Comindware Tracker is the Winner of 2012 Graphie Award

Comindware, Inc. today announced it has been named a winner in the 2012 Graphie Awards, the first and only program that recognizes innovative graph database applications. Winners were announced at this year’s inaugural GraphConnect 2012 conference, hosted by Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database. The award punctuates a growing offering that provides collaborative work management software for team task tracking, project execution, and daily workflow automation, with solutions for IT Help DeskSoftware DevelopmentHuman Resources, Finance & Administration, and Other solutions which one can easily build. It provides real-time visibility while solving email and project management problems and includes a robust Web Services based API to simplify integrations between Comindware and other systems, such as CRMERPand EAM, project planning tools, and more. “We are honored to receive the Graphie Award, which reaffirms the value of this unique solution that provides collaboration for structured and unstructured workflow processes management,” said Max Tsypliaev, founder, president and chief executive officer for Comindware, Inc. “From project leads to CEOs, managers struggle to get real-time visibility and effective control of their co-minded work,” he continued. “Now, they can just open a web browser and start working collaboratively, with all of their tasks in a single place, automated with priorities so the right person is working on the right thing at the right time.” The Graphies are the only awards that recognize and showcase individuals and teams who are developing awesome, innovative graph database applications. From projects based in the United States to Europe to India, entries came from all over the globe in every industry, demonstrating how graph database technology solves challenges related to connected data. The inaugural winning entries include projects from organizations ranging from Fortune 2000 companies, such as Adobe Systems and Cisco Systems, to startups such as Squidoo and Viadeo. Read the full article.