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ICT companies celebrate at Parliament House
Avalias received the e-learning award for the Avalanche ST scenario training system.
Tapestry Pty Ltd won the e-inclusions and e-community award for Tapestry.
Pacific Knowledge Systems receive the e-health award for RippleDown knowledge management.
Smart Services CRC accept the research and development award for the iSee collaboration tool.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia received a financial industry application merit for the CommBank Kaching app.
NSW Deputy Premier, Andrew Stoner.
Fujitsu took out the new media and entertainment category for TELEentice.
Representatives from the Sydney Children's Hospitals Network receive the e-learning merit award for the development of a e-learning portal .
NICTA and Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) accept the best tools and infrastructure and e-logistics and supply awards for the Sydney Harbour Bridge project.
Claim Central Holdings won the industrial application award for Claim Central Technology.
M2CASH accept the financial industry application for the company's instant global money transfer app.
Proactive Technology Group and WhiteSky Labs receive the industrial application award for SkyVue.
CSIRO's ICT Centre received a research and development merit for the Ngara multi-gigabit microwave backhaul system.
Huawei's Charlie Cheng accepts the communication award. Huawei and Pacnet were recognised for the ARG3 network offering developed for the NSW Ambulance Service.
Netcat.Biz receive the e-government award for SWiPE for Casework Practice.