ICON snaps up Best eBusiness Idea of the year Award
December 6, 2012 12:03 pm
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ICON has won the Best eBusiness Idea of the Year for Blockmonster.eu
ICON has won the Best eBusiness Idea of the Year award for its latest project Blockmonster.eu at this year’s eBusiness awards organised by the Malta Communications Authority. Launched in October Blockmonster.eu has helped change the way property administrators handle their duties effectively cutting their time and costs in half.
The solution combines a number of administrative tools into one convenient system facilitating the administrator’s often tedious job. Blockmonster also comes with an integrated help guide for both novice and experienced administrators. Furthermore the solution serves as a communication platform between administrators and residents providing solutions to common everyday problems while providing residents with the opportunity to chat with each other.
Blockmonster.eu won the Best eBusiness Idea of the year
“Blockmonster has brought the ICON team closer together bringing about a variety of solutions into one app that facilitates property administrators’ tasks” explains Gareth Gauci Chief Technology Officer at ICON. “ICON values creativity and Blockmonster exemplifies this – modern software solutions cannot be about functionality alone but must include innovative approaches to user experience.”
ICON CTO Gareth Gauci together with ICON Director Ian Castillo
Launched last year by the Malta Communications Authority the eBusiness Awards acknowledges innovative ideas in the use of web-based technologies and e-Business solutions for both businesses and society.
The Best eBusiness Idea of the Year award is chosen based on a number of criteria namely the service aspects involved the thinking behind the design development usability and market appeal and whether the idea has resulted in an innovation that has helped create a new market and value network.
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