The Awards featured the first Digital Inclusion Achievement Award, supported by Race Online 2012, which was won by Finerday.com, Mobilelite, an innovative winning entry built entirely on a platform designed and developed by Objectivity.
Offering an easy to use free, secure, accessible communications platform for people of all ages to share messages, photos, memories, weblinks and more. It works across all hardware, including the set top box and was designed to appeal to all generations, bridging the intergenerational digital divide. The platform also delivers valuable personalised care and e-services.
In total, the Awards feature 25 categories which cover: project, organisation, technology and individual excellence.
The categories are open to organisations and individuals involved in IT across the public, not for profit and commercial sectors.
David Clarke, Chief Executive Officer of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, said: “This has been another exceptional year for the Awards, with winners drawn from a wide range of industries, once again highlighting that IT is truly embedded in our society and brings tremendous benefits to all aspects of life from industry, healthcare through to entertainment and security. As the Chartered Institute for IT, we offer our congratulations to all those who took part and in particular, the medallists and winners. To qualify as a finalist is terrific; to win is an absolutely fantastic achievement in these highly contested Awards.”
See THE UK IT INDUSTRY AWARDS 2010 for more info.