WHICH AWARD WILL BE YOURS?
This year’s Banner Awards include
Deadline: April 7th – Get you Entry in early to put yourself in good stead – Good Luck!
The Person of the Year award is the industry’s overall badge of honour.
The Company of the Year award is the industry’s overall badge of honour.
The CIO of the Year accolade, recognising the stewardship of enterprise IT from an operational role to a truly strategic one.
The Hibernia Award recognises the contribution made by a non-indigenous company to the technology industry.
This award recognises a person’s contribution over the whole of their career. Direct nominations welcome.
The Project of the Year Awards recognise technology projects which have delivered outstanding operational and competitive advantage. They are presented to the client and/or vendor/solution provider responsible for delivering transformational technology to clients in the categories: Private Sector, Public Sector, SME. ONLY ONE ENTRY REQUIRED PER PROJECT – Although, Entries are encouraged from both clients, as well as vendors/solution providers and/or collaborative.
Awarded to a vendor or solution provider for their application and delivery of technology at a private enterprise demonstrating business knowledge and tangible benefits from the final delivery and operation. Identifying the steps it took and the partnerships that may have been necessary in the process.
Awarded to a vendor or solutions provider for their application and delivery of technology in to the Public Sector. Spanning multiple departments entries are encouraged from the client with their technology partner or vice versa. Public sector includes semi state organisations.
SME project is to reward a client, vendor or solution provider for their application and delivery of technology to a small company below 100 employees.
With the continued move to digital services, it is imperative that companies have the right infrastructure and the right mindsets to have a real competitive advantage. Combining mobility with connectivity, collaboration and communications, this award recognises an outstanding service provider and client partnership that have delivered a great digital transformation project.
TECH FOCUS AWARDS
Awarded to the web development or technology partner that can demonstrate outstanding creation and implementation of digital business strategy in the past twelve months.
This award recognises the most promising new technology business in Ireland which began operations in the last three years.
Awarded to the individual or team who can demonstrate outstanding management of technology.
Awarded to the individual or team responsible for an outstanding IT architecture project or who can demonstrate a distinguished contribution to the advancement of the profession in Ireland.
This Award recognises outstanding achievements made by a recent entrant into the IT industry (under 30 years of age) whose contribution to his or her organisation has had a significant impact on its business.
TECH BUSINESS AWARDS
The winner will be shown to have not only a firm grasp of the latest technologies with which to deliver client services but also demonstrate best practice and good governance for all its clients.
This award recognises an outstanding service provider in this market space who can demonstrate both technical acumen and solid business performance.
The Diversity Award celebrates efforts by companies to create an equitable environment free from bias that allows staff from any background to perform at their best to the benefit of all. This category recognises work on representation and outreach across the lines of gender, orientation, age, religion, race, ethnicity and social background.
This award recognises companies that demonstrate exceptional business performance in a niche sector, specialist application or vertical market.
This award recognizes a product or service with the potential to change what we do and how we do it. This may be a product already brought to market or one at the research and prototyping stage.
Recognises outstanding communications for marketing or content campaigns and initiatives by the technology industry.
Presented to the organisation that clearly demonstrate how they embraced sustainability. Focus on planning, delivery and the long-term benefits delivered by sustainability initiatives.
Best Place to Work
There’s more to a company than targets and deliverables. The best places to work put a premium on assembling great teams and keeping them. Whether it’s support for continuous professional development, flexible working models or devoting time to charitable causes, companies that recognise what matters to staff beyond their paycheck are more likely to grow and succeed. This award celebrates organisations that go the extra mile for their talent including Recognition of personal goals and helping to achieve them through professional development, Work/Life balance, Clear company goals, Efficient and clear internal processes, Appropriate equipment and safe workplace, Commitment to charitable causes, Quality of senior leadership – ability to change, Regular feedback, HR support and wellness strategy, Rate of turnover, Salary and Benefits and Customer satisfaction.
This award celebrates organisations that go the extra mile for their talent including Recognition of personal goals and helping to achieve them.
Distributor of the Year
Voting is now open. Cast your vote HERE.
Awarded to the distributor of technology products and services that has demonstrated outstanding performance over the past 12 months, as voted by channel partners and customers.