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The Mass Technology Leadership Council introduced winners of its 2007 Technology Leadership Awards during an annual awards gala Thursday evening at the Westin Copley Plaza Hotel in Boston.
Doug Levin, CEO of Waltham's Black Duck Software Inc., was named CEO of the year; John Halamka of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical, CIO of the year; Kenneth Kuenzel of Maynard's Convergence Inc., CTO of the year; Tom Murphy of Cambridge's Bit9 Inc., chief marketing officer of the year; Keith Kocho of Boston's Extend Media Corp., emerging executive of the year.
David Weinberger, research fellow at The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, and Linda Plano, associate director of the Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center, were both recognized as the movers and shakers of the year.
Open Pages of Waltham topped the enterprise applications category; Reva Systems Corp. of Chelmsford won in the communications and infrastructure category; Watertown's Communispace Corp., took top spot in the consumer category; InnoCentive Inc. of Andover and NeuroLogica Corp. of Danvers were named co-winners in innovation; EMC Corp. of Hopkinton, Barrett Distribution Centers Inc. of Franklin and Jordan's Furniture of Taunton, were named co-winners in user and implementer categories.