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2007 Finalists

for Alfresco Enterprise Content Management
Nominated by Morgan Stanley
for Meeting FFIEC Compliance with Strong Authentication
Nominated by Morgan Stanley
for Securing and Managing the Highly Mobile Workforce
Nominated by Dell
for Laser TV
Nominated by Morgan Stanley
for Business Software that Saves Lives
Nominated by Morgan Stanley
for Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence
Nominated by Hyperion
for Cleveland 2.0
Nominated by Cisco
for DAU Datamart
Nominated by Informatica
for kopal - Co-operative Development of al Long-Term Digital Information Archive
Nominated by IBM
for Hurricane Management System
Nominated by Microsoft
for Web Portal for National Dispatching Center
Nominated by Sybase
for Cracking the Corn Genome Code
Nominated by IBM
for Met Office helps COPD patients
Nominated by Borland
for Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator Maintains 100 Percent Uptime Using a Joint Storage Solution from Hitachi Data Systems and Sun
Nominated by Hitachi
for Advance America Grows with Oracle Enterprise Grid
Nominated by Oracle
for Prevention of Internet Banking Fraud and Identity Theft With Adaptive Authentication Web Security Solution
Nominated by EMC
Philadelphia Stock Exchange
for Philadelphia Stock Exchange debuts state-ofthe-art equity cash trading network based on lightning-fast Juniper routing infrastructure
Nominated by Juniper Networks
for Nexus Infrastructure Consolidation and Virtualization
Nominated by EMC
for Palm Treo Smartphones
Nominated by Palm
for Internet to the Hogan
Nominated by Cisco
European Court of Human Rights
for The Human Rights Documents Project
Nominated by Open Text
for Virtual Labor Market (VAM)
Nominated by Accenture
Immigration Department, Hong Kong
for Control Point System
Nominated by IBM
for Electronic Disability (eDib)
Nominated by Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
for National STD and AIDS Program
Nominated by Sybase
Nominated by IBM
for STARRS ... Improving Emergency Response with Patient Tracking!
Nominated by IBM
for openEMR
Nominated by IBM
for Head Impact Telemetry System (HIT System)
Nominated by Sybase
Delphi Corporation
for Case for Change
Nominated by Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
Ethicon Endo-Surgery
for Project CSI
Nominated by Deloitte
for ERP for Economic, Environmental and Social Sustainability
Nominated by Patni
United States Mint
for Migration to Administrative Resource Center
Nominated by Deloitte
for A Revolution in Cancer Care: Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy
Nominated by Borland
for AmigoLive
Nominated by Polycom
for Web-Based Global Art Resources: The Getty Vocabularies
Nominated by Unisys
for Advanced Multi-media Search
Nominated by Autonomy
Ogilvy Worldwide
for Brandwave
Nominated by Cisco
Warner Bros. Entertainment
for Creating a digital entertainment environment - from end-to-end
Nominated by Accenture
for Peer Water Exchange - Using Web Applications to Bring Water to the World
Nominated by Sapient
Nominated by SAP
for Accenture and MedShare Create a New Supply Chain
Nominated by Accenture
For Transferring Medical Knowledge From Those Who Have It to Those Who Need It Using Technology
Nominated by Polycom
World Vision Canada
for Correspondence System
Nominated by Cincom
Bridge Mobile
for Bridge ConciergeGo
Nominated by Sybase
for Advanced Network Design
Nominated by IBM
for reFuel
Nominated by Capgemini
Star Alliance
for - An Online Experience Designed to Meet Changing Traveler Expectations
Nominated by Sapient
for Trans Link Systems smart card (OV-chipkaart)
Nominated by Accenture

The 2007 Computerworld Honors Finalists

In April of 2007, thirty three CIO-level distinguished judges on ten panels one panel for each of 10 industry categories completed their review of the case studies submitted by the Computerworld Honors Program's Laureates for the Class of 2007. Based on this review, they named these 50 Finalists as guests of honor at ceremonies at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC, on June 4, 2007.