Public Nominations Now Open for the XIIIth C-Change Awards

January 19, 2016 0 comments
PCQUEST C-Change Award

Dear readers,

It gives us immense pleasure to announce that the public nominations are now open for the PCQuest Best IT Implementation and CIOL C-Change Awards 2016.

So if you’ve implemented something truly exceptional in IT that deserves recognition or transformed your organization or influenced your industry with your leadership qualities, pioneering efforts, and thought provoking ideas, then you’re a true agent of change, and a potential candidate for the C-Change Awards.

The C-Change Awards get twice as powerful this year, as they combine the industry’s two oldest and most credible awards into one, both of which are now in their 13th year!

PCQuest Best IT Implementation Awards: Recognize IT projects implemented for Govt., public and private sector organizations

CIOL C-Change Awards: To recognize CIO and IT decision makers of Govt., public and private sector organizations for their leadership and influence

Filing your nomination is easier than ever before. There’s a single public nomination form to fill, which can be accessed by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.

Anybody can nominate themselves or others by giving some basic information.

Those who qualify at this stage will be sent a more detailed audit form to help us understand their achievements better.

Please note that these awards are only for large and very large enterprises (more than 500 employees and over INR 500 Crores annual turnover), state and govt. departments, and public sector companies.

 

CLICK HERE FOR ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA AND TO NOMINATE

THE LAST DATE FOR FILING YOUR NOMINATION IS JAN 22, 2016.

‘WISH YOU ALL THE BEST’

                                                                 – TEAM PCQUEST

 

 

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