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Talend Awards: Win the latest iPod Touch!

This week Talend initiate a challenge rewarding the users of our data integration solutions: the Talend Awards.

The goal of the Talend Awards is to reward interesting and high performance projects developed by Talend users, and to emphasize the gains they achieve. Talend Awards will be awarded in three categories: “best technical prowess”, “best ROI/business gain”, and “best performance”.

Talend AwardsThe first edition of the Talend Awards is open until January 31, 2008 at midnight CET. Nominate your project now!

By launching the Talend Awards, we want to promote interesting uses of our solutions and representative case studies, and to strengthen ties with our users community. We will communicate on these case studies to provide visibility to our users.In addition to the visibility, winners of the Talend Awards will:

- Become Talend Ambassadors: Talend Ambassadors are recognized by the Talend Community as expert users of Talend technologies.

- Win the latest iPod Touch: The winning entry in each category will receive an Apple iPod Touch, donated by Talend. In addition, up to two runner-ups may also be selected and will each win an iPod Shuffle.

So, if you are using one of Talend’s products, and whether you are interested by the visibility, by sharing your accomplishments, of by winning an iPod Touch, nominate your project for the Talend Awards now!

Publication Date: 2008-01-18

Tag: talend Open-Source

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On 2008-04-01, Olivier: This article was published today by ComputerWorld Canada, as a result of their interview of one of our Talend Awards winners - the City of Brantford in Canada.

On 2008-04-08, Olivier: Just a quick note to let you know that we have just issued a press release announcing the Talend Awards winners.

You will note when reading the press release that one of the winners name is not mentionned. This is not a mistake - simply that our winner was not permitted by his Corporate Communications team to "endorse" a product.

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