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Computerworld Excellence Awards - Winners

WINNERS

CEO IT Vision
Jack Matthews, Telstra Saturn

CIO of the Year
Tony Darby, Auckland Regional Council

Excellence in the use of IT for Decision Management
Land Transport Safety Authority - Crash Analysis System

Excellence in e-Business: Business to Business
Wool Production Technology – Woolnet

Excellence in e-Business: Business to Consumer
nzgirl

e-Business of the Year

nzgirl

Excellence in the use of IT in Education: Primary and Secondary Schools
Tamaki College

Excellence in the use of IT in Education: Tertiary, Community and
Commercial
University of Auckland – nDeva

Excellence in the use of IT in Government
South Auckland Health

Most Successful Project Implementation of the Year
Yakka Apparel Solutions

Most Significant Contribution to IT in 2000
Paul Swain, Minister for Information Technology

Overall Excellence in the use of IT
South Auckland Health

Technology Innovator of the Year
Right Hemisphere – Texture Weapons


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