Picking winners

The finalists for Computerworld's seventh annual excellence awards have been selected.

The finalists for Computerworld’s seventh annual excellence awards have been selected.

This year the awards feature 14 categories -- the Bang for Buck award will again be picked from all the finalists -- the winners being picked from over 200 entries.

The awards ceremony is to be held slightly earlier this year, June 25, in the Aotea Conventions Wing at The Edge in Auckland.

2004 Computerworld Excellence Awards finalists

CIO of the Year – sponsored by Symantec

§ Garry Collings, Toll Tranz Rail

§ Ed Saul, Tower Limited

§ Adam Hunt, Turners and Growers

E-Business of the Year

§ Acquire.co.nz, Auckland

§ Foodstuffs for the Foodstuffs Exchange

§ Terralink International, Wellington, for Terranet II

Excellence in the Use of IT for Business Intelligence

§ Christchurch International Airport for the Insight project

§ Express Data, Auckland, for its internal Q4Bis project

§ Vector, Auckland, for the Business Information Group

Excellence in the Use of IT for Customer Service

§ Livestock Improvement Corporation, Hamilton, for its electronic herd management solution

§ Napier City Council for its GIS/web-based property information portal

§ New Plymouth District Council for the Taranaki Information Network

§ New Zealand Automobile Association for the Road Comms project

Excellence in the Use of IT in Education: Primary and Secondary Schools

§ Aranui Primary School, Christchurch for its Film Festival

§ Birkdale Intermediate School, Auckland, for the Creating a Problem-Based Learning Community project

§ Kelston Deaf Education Centre, Auckland, for its personalised media resources project

§ Wellington Girls College for On the Wings of Tech Angels

Excellence in the Use of IT in Education: Tertiary, Community and Commercial

§ Auckland Regional Council for the Urban Settlements Resource

§ Computers in Homes

§ CWA New Media, Wellington, for Digital Conversations

§ New Plymouth District Council for the Taranaki Information Network

Excellence in the Use of IT in Government, sponsored by Unisys

§ Inland Revenue Department for their GST Electronic Filing system

§ Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences for its Databases on the Internet project

§ Maori Language Commission – Te Taurawhiri i Te Reo Maori, for the Matapuna Dictionary System

Excellence in the Use of IT for a Mobile Workforce

§ Excell Corporation, Auckland, for iService Excell

§ New Zealand Automobile Association for Road Comms

§ P&A Construction, Wellington, for Airtime

§ Vector, Auckland, for its mobile data solution

Excellence in the Use of IT in a Not-for-Profit Organisation, sponsored by Westpac

§ Carers New Zealand

§ CCS for the Mobility Parking scheme

§ Horowhenua Library Trust

§ Royal New Zealand Plunket Society

Excellence in the Use of IT in a Small to Medium Enterprise, sponsored by Microsoft

§ Maximum Internet, Auckland

§ P&A Construction, Wellington

§ Red Rat Clothing, Auckland

Most Successful Project Implementation of the Year, sponsored by BearingPoint

§ Broadcast Communications Ltd for EXTEND

§ University of Waikato for the SAS-e project

Overall Excellence in the Use of IT, sponsored by IBM

§ STRATAGEM, New Plymouth, for their Workflow Management system

§ Toll Tranz Link, Auckland, for the EVS project

§ Vector, Auckland, for the Business Information group

Technology Innovator of the Year, sponsored by Gen-i

§ Asterisk, Auckland, for its PC Reviver product

§ Death2Spam, Christchurch, for its emailing filtering system

§ iVistra, Auckland, for the Enterprise Visibility System

§ Virtual Katy, Auckland, for its sound editing software

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