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On the evening of July 24th, 2009 at The Park in Delhi, PCQuest honored the
14 winners of the Best IT Implementation Awards 2009. The gala awards function
was attended by more than 100 CIOs of leading Indian enterprises, braving the
heavy traffic jams in the city. Given below are the complete snapshots from the
event.

Overall Best IT Project

Raj Kalady
MD, PMI delivering the keynote address
A.K. Somasekhar (right),
Principle Systems Analyst, NIC Chhatisgarh, receiving the Overall Best Award
for the project "Paddy Procurement and Public Distribution System" from Sh.
Habibullah

 

Shri Wajahat Habibullah Our
Chief Guest, CIC, Govt of India spoke on how is the public benefiting from
large e-Governance schemes
Anil Chopra Editor, PCQuest
talking about IT implementation trends in 2009 and explaining the Best IT
award process
Jury Members


From left: Raj Kalady, Dr. M Moni, Rajeev Seoni and Ranbir Singh

 

 

Project with Max Social
Impact
Project with Max Social
Impact
Ibrahim Ahmad giving away the
award to Suresh Kumar), Sales Director India, nComputing, for the project
‘Shared Computing Technology in 5000 Rural Govt Schools’
Ibrahim Ahmad, Group Editor –
Dataquest and Voice & Data (second from right) giving away the award to
Tanmay Kumar, (second from left) Principal Secretary, ICT, Govt. of
Rajasthan and his team for Project e-SANCHAR. Tanmay brought one of three
beneficiaries of this project to receive this award

 

 

Most Innovative Project Best Automation
Ranbir Singh, GM-Govt and
Defense, Wipro (left) honoring Dr. J.S. Sodhi, AVP-IT, AKC Data Systems and
Amity International School for the Project “Interactive Classroom over
Intranet.
Ashish Singhal, DGM Business
Intelligence, ICICI Bank (right) receiving the award for the project
"Service 2 Sales" from Jayesh George, Head – Compliance (India), Quest
Software

 

 

Best Automation Project with Max Business
Impact
Ashish Awasare, Regional
Director-Sales, Quest Software (left) giving away the award to Vinod Kalra,
Head-Finance, Artemis Health Institute for the project "Aadhar"
Rajiv Seoni, CIO, Ernst & Young
giving away the award to Rajiv Sharaf, Additional VP-IT Infrast ructure and
Networks for Reliance Infrastructure for the project "Automated Meter
Reading"

 

 

Most Complex Project Most Innovative Project
Raj Kalady, MD, PMI (left)
honoring M. Muralidaran,(middle) CEO, NSETech for the project "Nationwide
Network"
Ranbir Singh honoring Ms. Rajni
Hasija, Group GM-IT, Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation for
the Project “139 Rail Sampark”

 

 

Project with Max Business
Impact
Best Managed Project
Rajiv Seoni, CIO Ernst &
Young (left) giving away the award to Sebastian Joseph, Executive VP and
Head Technology for Mudra Communications for the Project "One View"
Raj Kalady honoring A. Rajasekar,
Manager ERP, TWAD Board for the project "TWADNEST"

 

 

Best Green IT Project Project with Largest Scale
Hoshie Ghaswalla, President,
CyberMedia (left) honoring Pankaj Dikshit, GM-IT, NIIT for the project
"Virtual Lab Infrastructure"
M. Moni, Deputy
Director-General, National Informatics Center (left) honoring K.B. Singh,
VP-IT, BSES Power for the project "Converged Operational and Reporting
Engine"

 

Best Green IT Project

 

Hoshie Ghaswalla honoring Ashwin Rao,
Director-IT, Cadence for the project "Data Center Consolidation"

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