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November 19, 2007 4:03 PM
Posted by Brier Dudley
She's one of several winners in the region.
Neagu was called out for inventing FormoPublish services, a simplified system for non-technical business users to deploy custom mobile applications.
Formotus, in its release, noted that Neagu was also a finalist in InfoWorld's CTO 25 Awards this year.
Christine Vernier, co-founder and CFO of Vernier Software & Technology in Portland, won the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Up north, Karen Radford, executive vice president at Telus Corp. in Vancouver, B.C., was named Best Canadian Executive.
This winter, three local motorcycle riders have been on the trip of a lifetime. Their journey: four months riding from Seattle to South America.
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