UXC Red Rock Consulting CEO Jonathan Rubinsztein was awarded ICT professional of the year at this week’s New South Wales state iAwards.
The national iAwards is aimed at recognising the contributions that ICT makes and the impact which the application of technologies has on both the Australian and global economies.
Chief judge Jim Ellis said that all of the winners were “shining examples” of their local industry.
All 2013 state and territory winners will compete against one another for the title of National iAwards winner in their category in Melbourne on 8 August.
Other NSW category winners were:
ThoughtWorks for GetUp! and ControlShiftControlShift.
IP Payments and Quickflix: Quickflix multi-currency and multi-channel secure payment solution.
OzForex: White label foreign payment solutions.
Capgemini Australia: Detective HANA.
Geomatic Technologies and RailCorp NSW: GT AIMS in support of RailCorp mechanised track patrol process.
Avoka Technologies: Transact - transaction experience management platform.
Postgraduate tertiary student
University of New South Wales (UNSW) school of computer science and engineering student Liang Tang was recognised for the development of a reconfigurable pipelined coprocessor for multimode communication application.
Research and development
CSIRO ICT centre: Remote mobile tele-assistance platform.
Secondary student project
Oxford Falls Grammar School student Deinyon Davies: In Road.
Object Consulting: Our Green Home.
Fujitsu Australia and New Zealand: CloudFor-J.
Undergraduate tertiary student
University of Wollongong (UOW) students Jake Shelley, Veronica O'Gorman, Joseph Pons and Andrew Booth: UOW Finder.
ICT educator of the year
UNSW associate professor Richard Buckland.
ICT woman of the year
M&M Consulting Services business improvement consultant Maggie Alexander.
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