Posted May 17, 2011
After a rigourous first month of judging, ITAC is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2011 Ingenious Awards Program. Of the 74 total entries submitted into the program, 19 will advance to the second and final judging round – headed by Ronan McGrath.
The Ingenious Awards Program is designed to celebrate Canadian organizations that have successfully enhanced their business productivity through the adoption of technology. Nominations were submitted under five categories: Large Private Business, Large Public Organization (enterprise), Small to Medium Size Business, Small to Medium Size Public Organization (enterprise) and Not-for-Profit. The CIO Association of Canada (CIOCAN) is responsible for overseeing the two-tiered judging process, 12 representatives from which worked together to select the 19 finalists.
The finalists are as follows:
Large Private Business
Globe and Mail Catalyst Program
J. D. Irving Limited – Enterprise Geographic Information System
Large Public Organization (enterprise)
DART – Data Analytics and Retrieval Technology
Code STEMI Project
Brampton Citizen Service Platform (CSP) Portal Initiative
Dramatic Improvement in Medical Imaging Results
Pointe-de-l’Île Community Health Centre
Small to Medium Size Business
TinyEYE Therapy Systems
NEI Data Warehouse
MD Ambulance MobileLink
Small to Medium Size Public Organization (enterprise)
Ontario Telemedical Network
OSAP Mobile Application
Not-for-Profit – all not-for-profit and non-government organizations that operate within Canada
Children’s Treatment Network of Simcoe York – Single Plan of Care and Electronic Client Record Project
Canadian Opera Company Website
.CA Registry Redesign
The 2011 Ingenious Award winners will be announced on May 30, 2011, and will be celebrated at an awards gala in Toronto on June 14, 2011. You may purchase your tickets to the awards gala here.
For more information on the Ingenious Awards Program, click here.