2008 Consensus Software Awards Finalists

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2008 Consensus Software Awards - Judging Panels

Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 3
Chris Payne - Chair Narelle Clark - Chair Bert Franzen - Chair
Charles Lindop Abbass Ghanbary Andi Luiskandl
Anthony Wong Carl Rogers Bhuvan Unhelkar
John Dalton Geoff Moss Craig Wilkins
Matthew Cawley Jed Fisher Don Rae
Stuart Weylandsmith Khimji Vaghjiani Geoff Hoddinott
Sarah Boyd Neil Bourne Joe Najem
Simon Hart Neville Bradbury Julie Cameron
Hugh Gyton

Final Judging Day - Presentation Order

Friday 11th April 2008

Time Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 3
8.45am-9.30am Serko Online
52
SERKO Limited
Calumo Performance Management Suite
40
Calumo Group
Mint Portable Payment System v2.3.0.0
55
Mint Wireless Limited
9.45am-10.30am Mozone
51
Leopard Labs
TwoSecure™
68
Fronde Anywhere
ThoughtWeb
42
ThoughtWeb Pty Ltd
10.45am-11.30am Campaign Messenger Professional Version
8, 38
Bond Wireless
x-id3 Integrated Drug & Device Development platform
54
Xbio Systems Pty Ltd
TechnologyOne Student Management (Release 4.3)
53
Technology One Limited
11.45am-12.30pm hr3d Human Behaviour Technology
47
hr3d Pty Ltd
PocketPhrase
50
Strategic Data Management
CORE
44
Qtech Business Systems Pty Ltd
1.15pm-2.00pm ProGo Version 1.0
49
Common Vision Pty Ltd
Dekho Version 1.0
61
ESRI Australia Pty Ltd
BLUEY CATALOGUE
59
dotNET solutions
2.15pm-3.00pm Vacant AwareIM 3.0
56
Awaresoft Pty Ltd
Koukia
45
Koukia Pty Ltd
3.15pm-4.00pm Xchangexec
60
Task Retail Technology Pty Ltd
CarbonView
43
Supply Chain Consulting
Campaign Manager for MMS
64
SOPRANO Design
4.15pm-5.00pm IPscape Contact Centre Service
69
IPscape Pty Ltd
OnePlace, v2
57
Just OnePlace Pty Ltd
e5 Workflow
70
Dataract Pty Ltd

Full List of 2008 Nominations

  2008 Nominations

Background

All Consensus Award programs are based on an open nomination process. Nominations are welcomed from individuals and organizations with experience of the product or service concerned. Before nominating a product please consider the aims of the program and the judging criteria against which the product will be measured. Self nominations welcome.

The Aims of the Awards

The Awards exist to reward excellence in Australian and New Zealand software design and to grow and strengthen software development in Australasia. Award recognition can be vital in building the credibility and exposure necessary for locally developed products to break into new markets. The Consensus Software Awards have been developed to provide this credibility by using an open and transparent judging process based on the Consensus Model.

Judging Criteria

To achieve a Consensus Software Award, the product must be Australian or New Zealand designed and be judged by the invited panel of judges to be Innovative, deliver performance benefits to the user, and have further potential for product or market development. Entrants are invited to present the evidence to the judging panel first through a written and then by direct presentation. Since each product is assessed directly against the judging criteria there are no categories and the judges may recommend as many or few Awards as they deem to be worthy each year.