GoCanvas Named One of 8 Most Disruptive Mobile Technologies For Business – To Present at CTIA

By James W Quigley on October 3, 2011

Disruptathon - GoCanvas and CTIA

GoCanvas was honored to learn that we were named one of 8 of the most disruptive mobile technologies for business and as such were asked to present our service at CTIA (the big wireless/mobile trade show event) on October 12, 2011 in San Diego, CA.   GoCanvas CEO, James Quigley, will be presenting in a competition to name the world's most disruptive mobile business app. 

CTIA is considered the world’s premier wireless/mobile tradeshow event – think Consumer Electronics Show but for Wireless.   This upcoming CTIA is focused on enterprise and applications and the convergence of those areas of focus.   GoCanvas was just honored as a finalist in something they are calling Disruptathon.   The “Disruptathon” event is going to feature 8 applications they consider to be the most disruptive mobile technologies for businesses.  All finalist will be given some press, and after an “American Idol” like competition on the stage of CTIA they will pick one winner.   Like a good Academy Award Nominee I should say it is great just to be honored as one of the top business apps in the world…  (but it would be even better to WIN).   See below for more details on the event.    

“On October 12th, Disruptathon will be gathering eight of the most disruptive mobile enterprise apps companies in the world for a CTIA Fall Conference featured event during CTIAs fall conference in San Diego, California. 

These companies are disrupting the status quo with their enterprise app platforms and strategies.  Come watch these industry game changers present to see who is the number one disrupter in the market.   

— Disruptathon is from 1pm-4pm on Wednesday, October 12th (presenters are asked to be there by noon)

— Presentations will be 5 minutes in duration

— The audience will provide ratings and feedback

— All companies will be recognized as finalists and additional awards will be made”