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Evolution of Windows

Kivuto Solutions’ Interactive Microsoft Tribute Wins Best in Show at The 2015 W³ Awards

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OTTAWA, Ontario — September 28, 2015 — Kivuto Solutions, the global leader in complex digital distribution solutions, is honoured to have won Best in Show (Website Features – Visual Appeal) at The 2015 W³ Awards for the interactive Microsoft tribute “Evolution of Windows”. Fellow honourees for Best in Show include Google, HBO, and Sony.

Celebrating the release of Windows 10, “Evolution of Windows”, featured by TheNextWeb, is a sleek, informative, and funny timeline that takes you from Windows 1.0 in 1985 to Windows 10 in 2015. Playing with your mouse animates each version of Windows in exciting ways, from launching a game to revealing the dreaded “blue screen of death”.

The W³ Awards recognizes innovation in websites, apps, online and social media marketing. By winning Best in Show as well as Silver (Website Features – User Experience), Kivuto’s “Evolution of Windows” brings the company’s total W³ Awards tally to seven trophies. Kivuto works closely with Microsoft worldwide to provide academic software discounts for students and educators.

“With the release of Windows 10, our team wanted to build something special to celebrate the story of Windows and our partnership with Microsoft,” says Gustavo Sanchez, Director of Marketing at Kivuto. “It was a unique creative piece and we couldn’t be prouder to have international recognition for our success.”

About Kivuto

Kivuto Solutions is the world’s leading provider of advanced digital distribution and management solutions that enable the secure delivery of digital goods to individuals, businesses, and organizations anywhere in the world. Kivuto simplifies the process of delivering any digital good to any market under virtually any terms and conditions. Over 60,000 academic institutions and departments trust Kivuto to manage and distribute software to their students, faculty and staff. The company distributes software in 195 countries and supports 14 languages.


Adam Januszkiewicz

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