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How to win a PCR Award: Vendors

Helen French
How to win a PCR Award: Vendors

Make sure you're in the picture for one of the industry's much sought-after PCR Awards.

The PCR Awards 2012 will take place on Thursday March 22nd at the Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington.

In recognition of the changing technology landscape, this year sees a revamped line-up of categories. There are 19 Awards available across the Frontline, Distribution and Vendor sectors.

Find out here exactly how to win one of the six Vendor Awards on offer.

VENDOR

The Vendor Awards focus on the core of the industry – the manufacturers and publishers that create technology products. Recognition will be given for innovation, commercial success and support of the trade...


Business and Utility Software Publisher

Who’s eligible?
Any firm that publishes business-focused computer software such as accounting tools, professional software and so on.

Judges will consider the following criteria:

•    Product desirability
•    Channel innovation
•    Visibility
•    Marketing activity
•    Support of B2B channel

How do I make my opinion heard?
You can nominate your own company or a customer by emailing Andrew.Wooden@intentmedia.co.uk by November 30th, telling us why the firm should be considered a Finalist.


Leisure Software Publisher

Who’s eligible?
Any firm that publishes leisure-focused computer software, spanning games, hobbies and pastimes,

Judges will consider the following criteria:
•    Product desirability
•    Channel innovation
•    Visibility
•    Trade relationships
•    Customer service

How do I make my opinion heard?

You can nominate your own company or a customer by emailing Andrew.Wooden@intentmedia.co.uk by November 30th, telling us why the firm should be considered a Finalist.


Peripherals Vendor

Who’s eligible?
Any firm that produces peripherals, such as mice, keyboards, headsets and speakers.

Judges will consider the following criteria:

•    Product desirability
•    Channel innovation
•    Visibility
•    Trade relationships
•    Customer service

How do I make my opinion heard?
You can nominate your own company or a customer by emailing Andrew.Wooden@intentmedia.co.uk by November 30th, telling us why the firm should be considered a Finalist.


Computing Vendor

Who’s eligible?
Any firm that produces computers, such as tablets, netbooks, notebooks, laptops and desktops.

Judges will consider the following criteria:
•    Product desirability
•    Channel innovation
•    Visibility
•    Trade relationships
•    Customer service

How do I make my opinion heard?

You can nominate your own company or a customer by emailing Andrew.Wooden@intentmedia.co.uk by November 30th, telling us why the firm should be considered a Finalist.


Components Vendor

Who’s eligible?
Any firm that produces components, such as CPUs, hard drives, coolers, graphics cards, and so on.

Judges will consider the following criteria:

•    Product desirability
•    Channel innovation
•    Visibility
•    Trade relationships
•    Customer service

How do I make my opinion heard?

You can nominate your own company or a customer by emailing Andrew.Wooden@intentmedia.co.uk by November 30th, telling us why the firm should be considered a Finalist.


Brand of the Year

Who’s eligible?
Any brand/vendor in the IT/technology sector.

Judges will consider the following criteria:
•    Channel relationships
•    Visibility
•    Commercial success
•    Product desirability
•    Innovation
•    Marketing activity

How do I make my opinion heard?

You can nominate your own company or a customer by emailing Andrew.Wooden@intentmedia.co.uk by November 30th, telling us why the firm should be considered a Finalist.


How are these awards won?
PCR will take soundings from the industry and consider any direct lobbying from retailers, suppliers or general readers before announcing a set of finalists in the January issue.

The winner is voted for by the Judging Panel, which will consist of up to 100 highly regarded industry executives taken from all sectors of the business. Members of the panel vote in confidence and are only revealed after voting is complete. They cannot vote for themselves or associated companies.

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