Panasonic and its Toughbook H1 receive two Tech Innovator Awards from Everything Channel’s CRN magazine
At the XChange Tech Innovators Award ceremony in Las Vegas, our team received two Tech Innovator awards from CRN for its ongoing commitment to innovation in the mobile computing sector and specifically for its new Mobile Clinical Assistant (MCA), the Toughbook H1.
The Panasonic Computer Solutions Company team received the Tech Innovator of the Year Award while the Toughbook H1 received a Tech Innovator Award in the “PCs –Portables/Ultraportables/Netbooks” category. Everything Channel’s Tech Innovator listing celebrates technology vendors that have introduced new solutions that drive advances throughout the technology channel, and PCSC President Rance Poehler and I were both on hand to accept these prestigious awards last week.
Panasonic founder Konosuke Matsushita built the company around the idea that we should create products for the way our customers will use them, not for the way we want them to be used. We still employ this practice and it drives a level of innovation that benefits our customers and our channel partners. This philosophy is at the core of what sets the Toughbook brand apart from others and helped us earn this recognition. We appreciate CRN honoring our team who will continue to produce industry-leading solutions for years to come.
You can find CRN’s review of the Toughbook H1 here. If you’d rather watch than read, check out this Sky Business H1 feature; it focuses on how the H1 was built to improve workflow and ease clinical loads for doctors and nurses, all while helping healthcare organizations maximize efficiency and reduce errors.