ZOLEO Wins 2020 ABA100 Award for New Product Innovation

The Australian Business Awards recognizes ZOLEO Inc. as an innovation leader

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2020 ABA100 Award for New Product Innovation

2020 ABA100 Award for New Product Innovation
2020 ABA100 Award for New Product Innovation
2020 ABA100 Award for New Product Innovation

TORONTO, Oct. 08, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ZOLEO Inc. has been recognized as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2020 for New Product Innovation category. The award recognizes the company’s innovation in delivering the world’s first truly seamless global messaging and personal safety solution for smartphone users who venture beyond cellular coverage, and the first of its kind based on Iridium® Short Burst Data® (SBD®), cellular and Wi-Fi® standards. Now in their fifteenth year, The Australian Business Awards (ABA) program provides an opportunity for high-performing organizations which implement world-class business initiatives and develop innovative products and services to be acknowledged and honoured for their achievements both nationally and internationally. The national winners are benchmarked in the international chapter of the program at The World Business Awards whereby participants are provided with the unique opportunity to benchmark themselves against the top performers globally.

The ABA100 award recognizes our decades-long experience in the satellite and cellular communications industries, and our keen understanding of how consumer expectations have changed. ZOLEO saw an opportunity to develop innovative, lower cost remote messaging solutions, delivered in a way that is in line with the experience today’s wireless consumer expects. ZOLEO is the first solution of its kind to offer a truly seamless messaging experience that follows smartphone users as they move through satellite, cellular and Wi-Fi coverage zones, with delivery over the least-cost network available,” explains Morris