SAN CARLOS, CA — February 14, 2008 — MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, today announced it has been named as a finalist in the Software and Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) 22nd annual Codie Awards in three categories. MarkLogic Server 3.2 is a finalist for Best Content Management Solution and Best Vertical Market Business Content Solution for publishing. The MarkLogic CEO Blog, written by Dave Kellogg, is a finalist for Best Corporate Blog.
Established in 1986, the Codie Awards celebrate outstanding achievement and vision in the software, digital information and education technology industries. Through a combination of journalist and peer review, finalists for the 2008 awards were selected in 68 product and service categories from a highly competitive list of more than 1,000 nominations submitted by over 600 companies.
“Competition is tough this year and that makes selection as a CODiE Finalist a real achievement,” said Ken Wash, SIIA president. “All the companies on this year’s list should feel justifiably proud of their recognition.”
“We’re thrilled to be recognized for the fourth consecutive year as a Codie Awards finalist,” said Christopher Lindblad, founder and chief architect at MarkLogic Corporation. “This consistent recognition is a testament to the value we’re bringing to the information industry.”
Winners will be announced at the 23rd Annual Codie Awards Gala which will be held on May 20, 2008 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, California. For a complete list of 2008 Codie Awards finalists, visit: www.siia.net/codies/2008/finalists.asp .
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