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Soprano named Finalist for 2010 ATS Patrons Award

Soprano Design, the 2010 Telstra Business Award AMP Innovation Award winner, continues their run of success by being named a finalist for the 2010 NSW Australian Technology Showcase (ATS) Patrons Award for Outstanding Export Achievement.

With over 16 years of expertise and innovation in the design and development of world leading software for the mobile and wireless industry, SOPRANO Design is an Australian company that is focused globally on providing enterprise messaging solutions for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs). SOPRANO Design accelerates enterprise messaging for MNOs around the world by providing ready built suite of web based applications for their enterprise and government customers.

“Being named a finalist for the 2010 NSW ATS Patrons Award for Outstanding Export Achievement is a wonderful recognition of Soprano’s export success, which we have seen sky rocket over the last 12 months. This recognition coincides with our significant international success with key contracts wins in the USA, UK, Singapore, Ireland and Egypt.” said Richard Favero, CEO of Soprano Design.

The ATS Patrons Award, celebrating its 11th year in 2010, rewards outstanding export achievements by members of the Government’s ATS program. The 2010 ATS Patrons Awards ceremony was held at 6pm on Thursday November 11 at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney.

About Matt Thompson

Matt joined Soprano in 2013 to create and lead Soprano’s global product management and marketing efforts across all regions, including Asia, Australia, Europe, LATAM and the US. He helps shape and execute Soprano’s product strategy both globally and with individual regions and MNO partners. He oversees Soprano’s carrier revenue acceleration model, which includes direct involvement in new product launch activities, carrier-branded industry websites, B2B digital marketing campaigns, and ongoing product marketing. He lives and works in Seattle, Washington.