Logos 3 Wins Industry Achievement Award

Logos Bible Software 3was honored with the Community’s Choice Award at the WSA technology industry event Wednesday night in Seattle.

Farecast.com won Consumer Product of the Year (we were a finalist in that category), and they definitely deserve it, so congrats to them!

It was great to see Logos recognized at a gathering of more than 1,000 of the industry’s finest, including people from Microsoft, Google (though I didn’t see any), the Puget Sound Business Journal, Farecast, WhitePages.com and many other Washington State businesses.

When accepting the award, Bob said that when he and Kiernon left Microsoft to start Logos, they traded down in terms of the size of the user base but traded up in terms of the passion and loyalty of users. I heartily agree.

According to the event brochure, the Community Choice Award is “perhaps the most coveted of the WSA Industry Achievement Awards.” We certainly owe it to our community of users, who are the best in the world (and no doubt coveted by some of the other companies at the event).

Thanks for your passion for Bible study and Logos Bible Software!


  1. Way to go Logos!!! Congratulations!

  2. Ken Shawver says

    Congratulations to the LOGOS Team!!!

  3. Congratulations! Just goes to show that Logos is a great product with a great team.

  4. Jonely Moy says

    Congrats! How about some discounts to celebrate???!!!

  5. I recently have been looking for the Daily Study Bible O.T. and N.T. sets you guys designed for Logos. Whatever happened to them? I saw on Amazon that they were released in 2004 but then discontinued? Any chance they will be making a comeback.
    By the way, congratulations.

  6. David, they lost the license to the Daily Study Bible series, and while it would be awesome to have this title see a comeback, your best bet might be to see if you can find a retailer who has unopened boxes of Logos Silver QB. (It might be in lower levels, but I know it’s in that one).

  7. Thanks all!
    David, the electronic edition of that title was discontinued by the publisher so it’s no longer available for sale. You might be able to find closeout copies around the web somewhere. Or perhaps one of the other 30+ commentary series we make available would fit the bill: