2014 ISSA Innovation Award Program Winners are Announced

ISSA, the worldwide cleaning industry association, announces the winners of the 2014 ISSA Innovation Award Program. This year’s ISSA Innovation Award Program featured more than 50 innovative products and services from manufacturers and service providers throughout the cleaning industry. Products and services were entered in five unique categories: Cleaning Agents, Dispensers, Equipment, Services & Technology, and Supplies. Industry distributors, wholesalers, and facility service providers voted to determine the award winners.

“The ISSA Innovation Award Program was a great success from the start with a lot of enthusiasm from participants and voters alike,” says ISSA director of sales Anthony Trombetta. “We congratulate the winning entries and look forward to featuring more new and exciting products in next year’s lineup.”

For the 2014 Innovation Award Program, eligible voters determined five category winners from Aug. 1 to through Oct. 31, 2014. Then, during ISSA/INTERCLEAN® North America 2014 held Nov. 5-7, entries were on display in the Innovation Showcase and voters selected the five Visitors’ Choice award winners.

The 2014 ISSA Innovation Award Program category winners are as follows:
 
Cleaning Agents
3M Commercial Solutions Div.: Scotchgard™ Resilient Floor Protector
 
Dispensers
Tennant Co.: Orbio® os3 System
 
Equipment
Kärcher Commercial: BR 35/12 C Bp
 
Services & Technology
CleanTelligent Software: Bidding and Estimating
 
Supplies
Americo Manufacturing Co., Inc.: Full Cycle™ Floor Pads
 
The 2014 ISSA Innovation Award Program Visitors’ Choice Award Winners are as follows: 
Kärcher Commercial: BR 35/12 C Bp
NSS Enterprises, Inc.: e-Force Burnisher
Rubbermaid Commercial Products, Inc.: Quick Cart
Spartan Chemical Co.: CompuClean
Ultimate Solutions, Inc.: i-mop
 
To view the complete list of entries, visit www.issa.com/innovation.
 
Source: ISSA

 

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