iAwards winners announced

Summary:The Commonwealth Bank has taken out the award for best Financial Industry Application at the Australian Information Industry Association iAwards held in Melbourne last night.

The Commonwealth Bank has taken out the award for best Financial Industry Application with its Finest Online application at the Australian Information Industry Association iAwards held in Melbourne last night.

Competition for the award contained entrants from ANZ and Swann Insurance, with the Commonwealth Bank also taking out the merit award in the same category for its Commbiz application. The bank recently upgraded its NetBank software.

In other awards on the night, MobileIP took out the award for e-Government with its Free2move software, with a partnership between Kaz Group and Customs getting the e-Government merit award with its Australian Maritime Identification System. Local software company Atlassian took out the tools and infrastructure category for its JIRA product.

Online collaboration provider Aconex had a big night, taking out three awards &mdash ICT exporter of the year award, the award for industrial application, and the inspiration award.

The full list of the award winners are:

  • Communication
    Winner: Mobile IP (QLD) for Free2move

  • e-Government
    Winner: Mobile IP (QLD) for Free2move
    Merit: partnership between the Kaz Group and the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (ACT) with the Australian Maritime Identification System (AMIS)

  • e-Health
    Winner: HealthCube (ACT) for the Aged Care Medical Assessment Service
    Merit: Mobilise IT (VIC) for Service Outlook Mobile Care

  • e-Inclusions & e-Community
    Winner: Admin Bandit (ACT) for web-based accounting software package Admin Bandit Online

  • e-Learning
    Winner: The Learning Edge International (TAS) for the EQUELLA application
    Merit: partnership between the CyberInstitute and NQX Freight System (QLD) for NQX College

  • e-Logistics and Supply Chain
    Winner: 2ic Software Pty Ltd (SA) for 2ic Pallets
    Merit: Infocomm Software (VIC) for icsLogistics

  • Financial Industry Application
    Winner: Commonwealth Bank (NSW) for Finest Online
    Merit award: Commonwealth Bank (NSW) for CommBiz

  • Industrial Application
    Winner: Aconex (VIC) for the Aconex tool

  • Media and Entertainment
    Winner: miRoamer (VIC) for the miRoamer Internet Car Radio Service

  • Research & Development
    Winner: PHM Technology (VIC) for the Maintenance Aware Design environment (MADe) suite
    Merit: Innovation Science Pty Ltd (SA) for Rapid Passenger Tracking softwar

  • Sustainability & Green IT
    Winner: Tradeslot (VIC) for CarbonNavigator

  • Tertiary Student Project
    Winner: Gaurav Mitra from Australian National University (ACT) for Linux Robotics Framework
    Merit: Mohsen Bazgaleh et al from University of Adelaide (SA) for Robotic Concertina

  • Tools and Infrastructure
    Winner: Atlassian (NSW) for JIRA

  • Tourism & Hospitality
    Winner: ThoughtWorks and the Lonely Planet (VIC) for Lonely Planet Online
    Merit: Proactive Technology Group and PK Business Advantage (SA) for Proactive Tours and eBook Tourism Marketing Software

  • Start-up Company
    Winner: Memory Box Backup (SA) for Memory Box
    Merit: Mobilise IT (VIC) for Service Outlook Mobile Care

  • Community Award
    Winner: Infoxchange Australia, ThoughtWorks Australia and Victorian Government Neighbourhood Renewal (VIC) for the Wired Community @ Collingwood initiative

  • ICT Exporter of the Year
    Winner: Aconex (VIC) for the Aconex tool

  • Inspiration Award
    Winner: Aconex (VIC) for the Aconex tool

  • Tony Benson Award for Individual Achievement in ICT
    Winner: Roger Allen

Topics: Software, Banking, Broadband, Browser, Tech Industry

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Chris started his journalistic adventure in 2006 as the Editor of Builder AU after originally joining CBS as a programmer. After a Canadian sojourn, he returned in 2011 as the Editor of TechRepublic Australia, and is now the Australian Editor of ZDNet.

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