Innovators 2004

2004 Innovators create applications that make a difference locally and globally.
Practical uses of XML, Web services, Java and other technologies in the service of practical applications that help businesses, government agencies and the people they serve are key trends emerging from ADT's 2004 Innovator Awards.

XO Communications warehouse streamlines billing, more
Keeping track of return on investment (ROI) is part of Danny Sangster's job as senior manager for Enterprise Business Intelligence at XO Communications. In fact, Sangster and his team are able to point to a very telling example of ROI. Read more
WebFACTS lets Ohio county focus on the kids
A key to success for any child welfare agency is ensuring that caseworkers can spend their time working with clients in the field rather than sitting at desks doing paperwork. A few years ago, the Montgomery County Children Services (MCCS) agency in Ohio sought to do that by building a Web-based system. Read more

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2004 Innovators roundup
For 10 years, Application Development Trends has awarded Innovator Awards to IT development organizations that have undertaken risky projects utilizing innovative technologies and/or processes aimed at solving a pressing business problem. Many of this year's winning and honorable mention entries utilized emerging technologies like Web services and Service-Oriented Architectures to complete complex projects for far lower cost and effort than in past years. To read profiles of Innovator Award Winners and Honorable Mentions by category, click here.

Innovators history
Learn from Innovators from the recent past. To visit ADT's archives of six years of Innovators, click here.


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