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InnerWorkings Honored with Top IT Solutions Award

Monday, December 01, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, November 25, 2008 -- InnerWorkings, Inc., a leading provider of managed print and promotional solutions to corporate clients, was recently honored as a winner of the InfoWorld 100 award.

"Breathing new life into outdated operations, advancing business goals with inventive use of technology -- this year's winners demonstrate, once again, that innovative, business-minded IT is the lifeblood of successful organizations," said Jason Snyder, Senior Editor for InfoWorld.

The InfoWorld 100 honors companies for IT projects that exemplify intelligent, creative uses of technology to meet business and technical objectives. InnerWorkings joined 10 others, including Accenture and ADP, to win in the "Services" category and was recognized for the platform conversion of its PPM4 print procurement and management technology.

"We are proud to share this recognition with other leading technology companies," said Eric D. Belcher, President and Chief Operating Officer of InnerWorkings. "We have developed what we believe to be the world's most sophisticated procurement tool in managing print and promotional programs. The most mission-critical benefit related to our technology, especially in these challenging economic times, is enabling our procurement managers to drive significant savings for our customers."

Nominations were submitted by InfoWorld readers, technology partners, and end-user companies in late-summer. To be considered, projects must use multiple technologies in innovative ways to serve well-defined business goals. Profiles of winners, along with InfoWorld's editorial analysis and insight, are available at www.infoworld.com.




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