Beijing, China (PressExposure) March 21, 2011 -- SharePointBoost, a leading SharePoint web part developer, is nominated in two categories featured in Andy Dale Sharepoint Awards 2011. This year, SharePointBoost is contending for the much-coveted Gold Seals Award in two out of the ten SharePoint categories - Best SharePoint web part Provider and Most Useful SharePoint Web Part. Right from the start, SharePointBoost is already leading the pack in the Best SharePoint Web Part Provider Category.
This year's SharePoint Awards kick-started at SharePoint Village, where voters vote for their top two favorites in each category. The results will be released on 18th April 2011 (Monday), according to organizer Andy Dale. During the voting period, a worldwide panel of SharePoint experts will rate each of the finalists and their scores will make up half of the finalists scores. Votes can be cast on sharepointvillage.com until 15th April 2011
For two consecutive years, SharePointBoost has been bagging the Most Useful Web Part award. Last year, it was SharePoint Batch Check In([http://www.sharepointboost.com/pad/sharepoint.columnpermission_pad.xml]) that got the award, while the year before that was SharePoint Column View Permission ([http://www.sharepointboost.com/columnpermission.html]) was the winner in this category. Quoted from Jonison Ma, then-marketing manager at SharePointBoost, of bagging Most Useful Web Part two years in a row, "It is so exciting to see so many people like our products. We will keep working hard to develop more useful web parts in the future."
SharePointBoost, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, has released several popular and innovative SharePoint web parts and add-ons like SharePoint Cascaded Look, List Collection, Batch check and so forth. More than 2000 customers around world benefited from these powerful products. In the first quarter of 2011, SharePointBoost has already released two products: SharePoint Outlook Integration and SharePoint List Sync. Another new web part SharePoint Workflow Boost is to release in early April. Almost all of the products are compatible with SharePoint 2010 and 2007. Users can free download 30-day free trials from [http://www.sharepointboost.com]