Judging the ROI Awards
Submissions are due by April 3, 2017 and the winners will be announced in June 2017.
Based on the submission and an interview with the project sponsor an independent ROI assessment is generated calculating the actual business benefits and ROI achieved by the project. Each submission is reviewed and evaluated by the Nucleus Research analyst team and the winners are chosen based on the ROI achieved.
Corporations, non-profits, and governmental and educational organizations are invited to nominate IT projects. Projects must have been installed and in operation for at least six months from the date of nomination.
Nucleus Research Kicks Off 15th Annual ROI Awards,
Honoring Tech Deployments that Deliver the Best Value
2017 submissions now open at www.ROIAwards.com
Boston — January 19, 2017
Nucleus Research today opened submissions for the 2017 ROI Awards, an annual recognition of the top 10 best technology deployments based on return on investment. Past winners have included large corporations, family businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations. What they all have in common is leveraging leading technologies to maximize value from their investment.
“Over the past 15 years, we’ve seen visionary cloud deployments, strategic mobile solutions and ingenious use of analytics. In fact, the ROI Awards have a pulse on emerging new tech trends with compelling examples of how to best take advantage of technology to get the highest return per dollar spent,” said Ian Campbell, CEO of Nucleus Research.
The awards recognize those end-user organizations that have deployed the most successful IT implementations to deliver positive financial and business results. Nucleus Research assesses the cost and business benefit of technology deployments for each applicant to quantify each project’s ROI over a three-year period. Awards are given to the top ten IT implementations showing the most value per dollar spent.
“The ROI Awards recognize the best of the best for technology. They are highly competitive and as the impressive ROI shows, represent stellar and often very inventive use of new technologies,” said Campbell.
There is no fee for submissions. Qualified projects must have been installed and in operation for at least six months from the date of submission. The top ten IT implementations, showing the greatest ROI, will be announced in June 2017.
The nomination form and addition information can be found at ROIAwards.com
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