Citrix has been highlighting partners that are driving innovation and revolutionizing the future of work for over 15 years. The Innovation Spotlight Program gives light to these incredible stories year-round. Of those featured throughout the year, one partner’s customer story will earn top recognition via the Citrix Innovation Award for Partners.
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The Citrix Innovation Spotlight for Partners program is open to all partner organizations that have designed and delivered an innovative solution that powers their customer’s success. Each submission must illustrate the significant business value and human impact the customer realized from the solution. The Citrix solution and/or implementation must demonstrate the partner-supported business value proposition for their customer – showcasing what is innovative or transformative.
The partner must secure approval from their customer to participate in a virtual video filming prior to sharing their story via the submission form. Stories without a willing customer participant will not be featured through this program.
PLEASE NOTE: By submitting your story, you agree that Citrix may share and publicize information included on the submission form, whether or not you are chosen as a finalist or receive an award. Confidential and/or proprietary information should not be included on your submission form. All Spotlight stories will be selected by Citrix. All selected stories will be publicly recognized on the Citrix website, during Citrix conferences and in additional internal and external communications and marketing activities.
RawWorks + Hollands Kroon
The municipality of Hollands Kroon wanted to transform their outdated, 9-5 workplace into a results-based performance organization where location, time and how work got done no longer effected day-to-day life. Working with Hollands Kroon, RawWorks led a transition towards Citrix Workspace to ease employee experience and streamline a disconnected digital environment.
Third Octet + University of Toronto Mississauga
As schools began closing their physical spaces during COVID-19, the University of Toronto Mississauga was faced with the challenge of how to offer remote lab sessions to students so they could continue classes. Third Octet provided anywhere access to lab resources using Citrix Remote PC and supplemented scale with extra virtual resources from the data center.