SpotOn has won the 2020 Gold Stevie Award in the American Business Awards Consumer Electronics category.
The Stevie Awards are premiere business awards that were created to honor positive contributions of organizations worldwide, and SpotOn Virtual Fence was chosen due to its “groundbreaking use of advanced technology.” We couldn’t be more proud!
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What is a Stevie Award?
The American Business Awards' Stevies are the U.S.A.’s premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S.A. are eligible to submit nominations – public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small.
Nicknamed the Stevies for the Greek word meaning “crowned,” the awards will be virtually presented to winners during a live event on Wednesday, August 5. Details about The American Business Awards and the list of 2020 Stevie winners are available at StevieAwards.com.
More than 230 professionals worldwide judged this year's awards.
SpotOn was honored because of its groundbreaking use of advanced technology for dogs. Unlike the traditional Invisible Fence® and buried fence systems currently on the market, the SpotOn Virtual Fence lets dog owners set up a virtual containment area wherever they are. The system is also smart, offering satellite tracking in the event that the dog leaves the area as well as the ability to store fences at up to 10 locations. It is the first fence of its kind to incorporate such technology providing highly accurate positioning for containment and tracking purposes. The entire system is a collar and phone app, making it completely portable.
“A virtual smart fence is a great idea and the features of the SpotOn Virtual Fence are a great advancement to what is available today,” shared one judge. “I have used some of the current products [and] technologies and it seems that this innovative offering has tackled the issues of what is available today.”