Ingenious Awards

The Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC) and IT World Canada hosted the Ingenious Awards and the Canadian CIO of the Year awards Nov. 8. The annual gala sees the best and brightest awarded for their impressive work on a recently completed IT project or solution. The eight awards given out at the gala recognized a wide variety of industries and disciplines, such as a farming company that’s automated greenhouses to optimize produce yields, the first all-digital hospital in North America, and a charity that provides furniture to the need with a small staff.

Watch all of these award winners respond to receiving their award in the videos below and click through to read our profile pieces on each winner.

Canadian CIO of the Year – Ted Malucci (Private)

Canadian CIO of the Year – Peter Bak (Public)

Ingenious Award winners – Small/Medium Public – Lorene Weigelt, Alberta InterRAI

Ingenious Award winner – Small / Medium Private (ICT) – Antoine Azar

Ingenious Award winner – Large Public – Victoria Ramirez, University Health Network

Ingenious Award winner – Large Private – Amer Matar, Moneris

Ingenious Award winner – Small/Medium Private (Non-ICT) – Peter Quiring, Nature Fresh Farms

Ingenious Award winner – Not-for-profit – Dan Kershaw, Furniture Bank



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