Tech Excellence Awards tips for success

2018 IT Professional of the Year (individual or team) winner Jane Carolan, HSE/HBS/eHealth Ireland, presented by George Ryan, FIT
2018 IT Professional of the Year (individual or team) winner Jane Carolan, HSE/HBS/eHealth Ireland, presented by George Ryan, FIT

Make sure you get your entry in and take a few minutes to read our top tips on how you can give yourself the best possible chance of winning



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28 March 2019 | 0

Any company operating on the island of Ireland is invited to submit.
Entries are invited from any department within the company – both
individual and group/team entries are accepted. 

The entry process is straightforward – each category requires a freeform
narrative which the judges will assess along the lines shown here.

To catch the eye of the Judges, include references such as:

  • Distinct competitive advantages or new customer wins
  • Any evidence of enhancing your customers’ business in bringing them new competitive advantages in their business
  • Marketing campaigns with measurable results
  • New product/service launches or developing partnerships
  • Key appointments to the executive team or board of directors
  • Any reference to upskilling and training programmes for staff
  • Mergers or acquisitions or new investment capital incorporated in the business
  • Individual achievements or independent company awards local or international
  • The Awards reflect business conducted during 2018


The project of the year categories reward excellence in delivering an
outstanding application of business technology. The winners will show a
thorough understanding of their clients’ business needs, competitive
threats and the market dynamics in which they operate.




The main categories identify outstanding players who demonstrate long-term
vision in building and financing sustainable business growth. 

Applicants are asked to cover in their submission: strategic vision, demonstrated
excellence of products and services with clear client outcomes,
marketing & innovation, sales & business development, customer
care, professional development of staff.

Entering the Tech Excellence Awards will not alone help you focus on reviewing
best business practice, it is a badge of honour just to make it to the
shortlist in any category. 

The Awards are selected by a distinguished panel of judges, and are
recognised as the principal professional accolades awarded in the Irish
technology industry. Entry forms and more details at

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