At Comdex Fall 2001, Cyberspace HQ unveiled for the first
time, a preview of it's newest product, ServiceTraq. On November
14th, Cyberspace HQ won the prestigious 'Best of COMDEX' award
for the Best eBusiness Product of the year.
The Best of COMDEX Awards recognize the most innovative and
influential products and technologies introduced at COMDEX
Fall 2001, which took place November 12-16, 2001 in Las Vegas.
A panel of award-winning editors from CIO, Computerworld,
InfoWorld, Network World and PC World judged nearly 400 entries
prior to and during the event and announced finalists on Tuesday,
November 13th. Award winners were announced in a ceremony
on Wednesday, November 14th in Las Vegas.
ServiceTraq is a hosted application, which provides key web
services to enable companies to provide first class customer
service at an affordable cost. The combination of case management,
call center, live chat, knowledge base, survey management,
and web collaboration make ServiceTraq the most feature-rich
product in the service/crm space, with a pricing model targeted
to apply to all levels of business, from SOHO to Enterprise.
About COMDEX / Key3Media...
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world's leading producer of information technology tradeshows
and conferences, serving more than 6,000 exhibiting companies
and 1.5 million attendees through 60 events in 18 countries.
Key3Media's products range from the IT industry's largest
exhibitions such as COMDEX and NetWorld+Interop to highly
focused events featuring renowned educational programs, custom
seminars and specialized vendor marketing programs. For more
information about Key3Media, visit www.key3media.com
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