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Hong Kong ICT Awards 2014 announced

Zafar Anjum | April 10, 2014
MTR’s Integrated System for Engineering Works Management wins best business solution grand award

A collaborative effort from MTR Corporation, PCCW Solutions Ltd. and City University of Hong Kong, the "Integrated System for Engineering Works Management" won the "Hong Kong ICT Awards 2014: Best Business Solution Grand Award" and "Best Business Solution (Application) Gold Award" this year in Hong Kong.

The awards were organised by Hong Kong Computer Society (HKCS).

This year, ten organisations received accolades in the three award streams.

The Hong Kong and China Gas Co. Ltd. also won "Best Business Solution (Application) Gold Award" with TCIS Integrated Cloud Solution. 

A joint invention by Strawberry Ltd. and Ippudo Hong Kong Ltd., "keewee x Ippudo Mobile Loyalty and Marketing Solution" won the "Hong Kong ICT Awards 2014: Best Business Solution (Product) Gold Award". 

The Silver award of a new award stream - "Hong Kong ICT Awards 2014: Best Business Solution (Internet of Things) Award" went to CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd's "A Realisation of the IoT - myEnergy Program".

"The nominations for this year were found to be of extremely high quality, particularly in areas of business applications and commercialisation of latest technologies such as Cloud Computing and Mobility," said Michael Leung, President of Hong Kong Computer Society. "The submissions amply demonstrate the talent of the entrants, as well as the advancement and accomplishment of business applications of ICT in Hong Kong. The winners are truly deserving of their prizes for outperforming other distinguished entries."

The winners of "Hong Kong ICT Awards" will undergo further assessment by HKCS for nominations as Hong Kong delegates to compete in the Asia Pacific Information and Communication Technology Alliances (APICTA) Awards.

The Hong Kong ICT Awards were established in 2006 and are supported by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer, Hong Kong Productivity Council and Hong Kong Trade Development Council. 

 

 

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