Kinetic IT and its customers have once again been named finalists in three separate categories of the 2014 WA Information Technology & Telecommunications Awards (WAiTTA).
WAiTTA has been running annually since 1991 and aims to recognise outstanding performance and contributions by members of the Information Technology and Telecommunications community in Western Australia.
This year, Kinetic IT and WA Police successfully entered their Service Quantity Survey in both the ‘Development Domain: New Product’ and ‘Services Domain: Government’ categories.
The Service Quantity Survey (SQS) is a unique IT service assessment methodology which combines diagrams and visual displays to build a technical and financial picture of a service.
Additionally, Kinetic IT and the Department of Education (WA) successfully submitted their Schools Self Service tool in the ‘Development Domain: Tools’ category.
The Schools Self Service tool is designed to simplify the management of ICT within schools, enabling them to fully customise their ICT environments to suit individual needs whilst maintaining complete security and reliability.
Being named WAiTTA Finalists comes off the back of a stringent judging process which involves presenting to a panel of judges comprised of IT industry experts and business executives.
“As longstanding supporters of WAiTTA, we’re proud to be recognised as standouts amongst our Western Australian IT industry peers. I firmly believe this is proof of our ability to build strong relationships with our customers in order to deliver tangible results,” says Kinetic IT CEO Terry North.
Winners for all categories will be announced at the Awards Gala Presentation Dinner at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on Friday 20 June 2014.