Reusable Asset Management Innovation Vaults iLogic to Finalist in the 2012 Microsoft Partner Network IMPACT Awards

iLogic Inc. has been selected as a finalist in the Sustainability Partner of the Year category for the 2012 Microsoft Partner Network IMPACT Awards, based on its Electronic Asset Settlement technology for aiding in the management of reusable pallets and other mobile assets. The tenth annual IMPACT Awards recognize excellence within the Microsoft technology partner community in Canada.

“This year, we celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the IMPACT Awards, which recognizes the outstanding achievements of Canadian Technology Partners, such as iLogic Inc.” said Mark Dodds, Vice-President of Small Business, Midmarket Solutions & Partners, Microsoft Canada Inc.  “Microsoft depends on our Partners now more than ever before as we enter a new era of cloud based computing. Our partnership is pivotal to growth and success and we look forward to celebrating the commitments of our Partners this year at the IMPACT Awards gala.”

iLogic Inc. was chosen as a finalist in Sustainability Partner of the Year for providing its masLogic™ platform with Electronic Asset Settlement(EAS)™ technology that permits companies to save money on transporting, repairing and replacing mobile assets such as pallets, crates, totes, refrigerated boxes, marine shipping containers, etc.. This platform also allows companies to realize significant CO2e reductions.

“We are delighted to receive this recognition for being a finalist of Microsoft IMPACT Awards, “ said Victor Cheng, President and CEO at iLogic. “The EAS™ algorithm affirms our deep understanding and commitment to sustainability in the supply chain. It not only delivers a measurable return on investment for our users, but also provides genuine reportable savings with regards to asset damage, handling costs, fuel savings and carbon offsets.”

iLogic Inc., along with other technology partner winners and finalists in each of the award categories, will be honored at an awards ceremony at the new Four Seasons Hotel located in Yorkville, Toronto on November 13, 2012.

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