The People's Choice Awards were last night, the Grammys are next month; it is officially award season, and the field of Enterprise CMS is no exception as KMWorld chimes in with their Readers' Choice awards. Massachusetts-based EMC Corporation announced yesterday that they have been honored with KMWorld magazine's Readers' Choice Awards in five technology categories for excellence in knowledge management with their EMC Documentum enterprise content management platform and their EMC Captiva suite of input management software both being recognized. KMWorld Editor in Chief Hugh McKellar said in a statement, "The KMWorld Readers' Choice Awards honor technology providers whose solutions deliver real value to end users, as demonstrated by the fact that the users themselves - KMWorld readers - designated their preferred knowledge management solutions. These are the software solutions and technology providers that our readers tell us are most worthy of recognition." So how did they get that honor and recognition? An e-mail survey was conducted using KMWorld's subscriber base and a survey was also given at the 2006 KMWorld & Intranets Conference and Exposition, held in California in October/November of last year. "We are truly honored that the readers of KMWorld named EMC Documentum and EMC Captiva their preferred software solutions in five key categories," said Balaji Yelamanchili, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Content Management & Archiving at EMC. "These awards are further proof of EMC's ongoing commitment to offering our customers solutions that meet their information management needs." There was certainly a glimmer of things to come when we reported on EMC back in November. The company seems to be on the attention garnering track. The award recipients will be announced in the January issue of KMWorld.