IT Awards Categories
Includes all information technology, software, web development, etc. functions.
The information requirements for entries in these categories in the 2019 competition include:
a, An essay of up to 650 words describing the nominee's achievements since 1 January 2018
b. In bullet-list form (up to 150 words), a brief summary of up to ten (10) of the nominee's chief achievements since 1 January 2018
c. Optional (but highly recommended), a collection of supporting files and web addresses that you may upload to our server to support your entry and provide more background information to the judges
H01. Information Technology Department of the Year
Enter this category if you wish to recognize the recent achievements of everyone who works in technology functions in your organization, regardless of function, location, seniority or position.
H02. Information Technology Team of the Year
Enter this category if you wish to recognize some subset of your entire IT organization, such as a specific web maintenance, software development, or infrastructure planning team, for example. The team may be multidisciplinary, may stretch across multiple organizations (your own organization, client organizations, and agency or vendor organizations, for example), and may be a permanent team or a temporary team that was assembled only for a specific task or assignment.
H03. Information Technology Executive of the Year
Enter this category to recognize the achievements of individual IT executives at the VP level or above.
H04. Best Technical Support Strategy and Implementation
A new category for 2019. Recognizes technical support organizations with the best comprehensive strategy and innovative solutions, tools, and/or services to meet customer and business needs.
H05. Best Technical Support Solution
a. Computer Services
b. Computer Technologies
A new category for 2019. Recognizes best technical support product, solution, or service that improves efficiency for resolving issues; improving customer experience; and/or increasing problem avoidance.