In pictures: iAwards New South Wales winners

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.

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