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2001 Computerworld Excellence Awards Finalists

Finalists for the 2001 Computerworld Excellence Awards are

Overall Excellence in the Use of IT category
- South Auckland Health
- Yakka Apparel Solutions Ltd

CEO IT Vision
- Jo Brosnahan, Auckland Regional Council
- Pat Galloway, Snell Packaging & Stationery
- Jack Matthews, TelstraSaturn

CIO of the Year
- Tony Darby, Auckland Regional Council
- Kerry Elton, Centreport

Excellence in the Use of IT for Customer Service
- Department of Work and Income/Hindin Communications for KBASE
- Queensberry and Company
- Simpson Grierson for their Intranet/Extranet development
- Turners and Growers for Floramax

Excellence in the Use of IT for Decision Management
- Auckland City Council for their Strategic Measurement project
- Ericsson Communications for the Ericsson Telecom Extranet
- Land Transport Safety Authority for their Crash Analysis system

Excellence in e-Business: Business to Business
- Foodstuffs for I-BOS
- Foundation for Research, Science and Technology for the GPSRD online system
- Wool Production Technology for Woolnet

Excellence in e-Business: Business to Consumer
- nzgirl
- Pharmacy Direct
- Straker Interactive for Milly¡¦s Kitchen

Excellence in the Use of IT in Education: Primary and Secondary Schools
- Nayland College
- Tamaki College

Excellence in the Use of IT in Education: Tertiary, Community and Commercial
- Bubble Dome
- Learning Media for Consumerkids
- Unitec for Learning Link
- University of Auckland for nDeva

Excellence in the Use of IT in Government
- Auckland City Environments for their Prelodgement Automation project
- Foundation for Research, Science and Technology for the GPSRD online system
- Land Transport Safety Authority for their Driver Licence Register project
- South Auckland Health for Emergency Care Centre and Kidzfirst

Most Successful Project Implementation of the Year
- Auckland Regional Council for C4
- New Zealand Police for their OS/2 to NT Migration project
- Yakka Apparel Solutions Ltd

Technology Innovator of the Year
- E-mmediate
- Right Hemisphere for Texture Weapons
- Taste Technologies for their NIR system

Most Significant Contribution to IT in 2000
- Paul Swain, Minister for Information Technology for the e-Commerce Summit
- IT Investment Forum
- Carol Moffat, Ministry of Education for leading the ICT Strategy for Schools
- Hugh Fletcher for leading the Telecommunications Inquiry

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