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Vivint Doorbell Camera Wins Big In 2016 With Innovation Award

As a 2016 Big Innovation award winner, Vivint has continued to prove why they’re the leader in smart home security, with the Vivint Doorbell Camera. The Business Intelligence Group announced 47 companies as both leaders and winners of the 2016 Big Innovation Award.

“It was clear from our judges that Vivint Smart Home was clearly deserving of being recognized as a leader in innovation and we are proud to award them the 2016 BIG Innovation Award,” said Russ Fordyce, managing director of the Business Intelligence Group. “Congratulations to the entire team. This is well-deserved recognition of your pursuit of excellence and creativity in solving problems.”

“This year we saw new innovations from virtually all industries. It is clear that the role of technology in improving business results and consumer experiences is accelerating,” said Russ Fordyce. “We are thrilled to be honoring those who are leaders in the business of innovation. This year’s winners are an amazing group of organizations that are laser focused on improving the daily lives of so many.”

What Is The Big Innovation Award?

The Big Innovation award recognizes organizations and people who bring new ideas to life and seek to change the way people experience the world. Companies and organizations from around the world submit their recent innovations for consideration.  Big Innovation award nominations are then judged by 30 recognizable leaders, from a variety of different industries including marketing, tech, PR, branding, sales, partnerships,  and many more. The Business Intelligence Group’s advisory panel and employees hand select judges who volunteer their time and expertise to score submissions and provide feedback.

Learn More About Business Intelligence Group

The Business Intelligence Group was founded with the mission of recognizing true talent and superior performance in the business world. Unlike other industry and business award programs, business executives—those with experience and knowledge—judge the programs. The organization’s proprietary and unique scoring system selectively measures performance across multiple business domains and then rewards those companies whose achievements stand above those of their peers.