365 Connect, the online technology platform provider for the multifamily housing industry, just brought home its 17th award in nine months, marking its third international award. The company beat out over 5,000 submissions from 24 countries to receive a Summit Creative Award from the Summit International Awards Organization.
“Winning a Summit Creative Award is a significant accomplishment in one’s career. With vetted judges, tough judging criteria, blind judging processes, and strict bylaws limiting winners, only deserving entries receive recognition. The creative work this year was outstanding. Watching the judges debate the details of individual entries in the run-off for the tops spots was inspiring,” said Jocelyn Luciano, Executive Director for the Summit International Awards.
The award recognizes 365 Connect’s Mobile Leasing and Resident Platform for its fully integrated solution to serve the modern mobile generation. The company believes the most recent award further cements its role as the leader in creating cutting-edge, web-based technology platforms for its industry.
The Summit International Awards (SIA) Organization is dedicated to furthering excellence in the marketing communications industry through its three advertising and marketing award competitions each year. Over the last 20 years, the Creative Award has become known to be presented to the top companies displaying creative excellence, or exemplifies the best in its class.
365 Connect President and CEO Kerry W. Kirby stated, “365 Connect is proud to have its mobile technology platform recognized on an international level, and we are truly honored to receive this highly acclaimed award. Our focus is to connect both future and existing residents with where they live. The 365 Connect Platform is designed to provide a host of services, resources and communication tools, right in the hands of today’s mobile generation. This award demonstrates the capability of our exceptionally talented team to deliver innovative and creative solutions to meet the rapidly changing needs of the multifamily housing industry.”