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It is time to nominate those creative and innovative ICT products or services in order to be recognised in the 2013 iAwards.


Host partners the Australian Computer Society (ACS), Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) and the Pearcey Foundation are calling for anyone who has created an innovative ICT product or service to enter the 2013 iAwards.

“We’re keen to see the latest ICT product and services, developed by professionals or organisations, which demonstrate true innovation and have the potential to, or are already, adding value and driving productivity. ICT is everywhere and we are looking forward to seeing the next wave of innovations and future thinking at this year’s iAwards,” commented Wayne Fitzsimmons, Chairman, The Pearcey Foundation and iAwards host partner.

“We’ve worked hard to ensure that the 2013 iAwards program has evolved in the same way as the ever changing ICT industry so that the new frontiers, where ICT innovation is adding value, are included and celebrated by the iAwards program,” Mr Fitzsimmons added.

As the only truly international ICT awards program in Australia, company winners of the 2013 iAwards will have the opportunity to compete with businesses from across the Asia Pacific region at the 2013 APICTA Awards (Asia Pacific ICT Awards) in Hong Kong.


To enter your company or as an individual creator of an innovative ICT product or service – and you think you have what it takes to be an iAwards winner head here.  Alternatively, if you know an outstanding ICT innovator, you can nominate them for an individual achievement iAward.


Award categories and further information on page 2

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