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Australian Digital Technology Awards open for submissions

Australian Digital Technology Awards open for submissions

11 December 2020

Momentum Media is delighted to confirm the launch of the inaugural Australian Digital Technology Awards.

Momentum Media has launched the inaugural Australian Digital Technology Awards

The Australian Digital Technology Awards will recognise leaders in digital technology across the accounting, financial advice, wealth management, payments and banking, lending, property and legal technology industries.

The unique awards program aims to uncover those organisations that continue to improve existing businesses, create new products and markets, and enhance the daily life of Australia’s financial and professional services.

To get involved, participants are encouraged to fill out a short, three-minute survey, that calls on them to share their experiences with the digital technology platforms that they are currently using, and provide insight into the ones they would consider using in the future.

In return for participating, participants will receive a summary of the survey findings when they are released in early 2021.

“Technology is such a critical part of business in today’s world and it’s absolutely critical that professionals are using technology that makes their lives easier and drives their business forward,” said Jim Hall, director, SME and accounting at Momentum Media.

“This is a great opportunity for the industry to share their experiences with using these platforms and to help identify the true market leaders in each industry.”

Commenting further, Michael Johnson, head of strategy at Momentum Intelligence, said: “These awards are unique as they are underpinned by a major cross-industry survey where industry professionals will have the opportunity to have their thoughts and opinions heard.

“Technology companies are always looking to improve and grow and this awards program gives them the opportunity to showcase their achievements, hear feedback from users and the industry and be recognised on a national stage.”