BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Nov 14, 2012) - Mobiquity (www.mobiquityinc.com), a professional services firm creating innovative mobile solutions and apps that drive business value, today announced that Bill Seibel, Mobiquity founder, chairman and chief executive officer, has been named a Tech Luminary by the Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech as part of their second annual Innovation All-Stars awards. Tech Luminaries are recognized by the awards committee as the leading players in New England with proven track records in shaping companies and tech sectors.
Seibel will be among 30 Innovation All-Stars honored for their leadership, unique vision and successes at an evening awards celebration on Nov. 14 at the House of Blues in Boston. In addition to his roles at Mobiquity, Seibel is also executive chairman of Marlboro-based LogMatrix, serves on the boards of a number of technology start-ups and also sits on several charitable boards, including the Boston Public Library and the College of Business at Northeastern University. Prior to Mobiquity, Seibel co-founded ZEFER and Cambridge Technology Partners, and held leadership positions with Greater Boston companies Gumball and Demantra.
"Together, it's a powerful combination of 30 notable and potent players in the local economy," said Chris McIntosh, publisher of the Boston Business Journal and Mass High Tech. "We hope their success will inspire others to innovate, which is the main driving force of the local economy."
Winners will also be featured in a special supplement of the Boston Business Journal. For more information on the event, visit http://www.bizjournals.com/boston/event/63621.
Mobiquity is a professional services firm working with the Global 2000 to create innovative mobile solutions and apps that drive business value. Clients benefit from the breadth and depth of the company's cross-disciplinary teams to unleash the power of mobile. Integrating strategy, user-experience design and app development, Mobiquity delivers across the entire mobile ecosystem, driving business innovation and competitive advantage. Since its inception, Mobiquity's client roster has surged to more than 70 companies (the majority hailing from the Fortune 500), including CVS, Boston Scientific, Fidelity Investments, MetLife, the New York Post, Putnam Investments and Weight Watchers International. Mobiquity was named by Network World as one of the hot technology startups to watch in 2012. SAP also selected Mobiquity as a partner to help customers develop and implement mobile strategies and applications that optimize investments in SAP enterprise solutions. To learn more, visit www.mobiquityinc.com.
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