The Corporate IT Forum has launched an awards competition for big IT users.
Devised and funded solely by and for large-scale users of IT, The Real IT Awards 2008 represents the corporate IT user community.
The awards are an IT user only event and entries will be judged solely by a panel of experienced IT executives, all currently working within IT departments at major businesses and organisations.
The awards programme is open to blue-chip user organisations with enterprise-level IT estates, and will be presented at a ceremony on 27 November at the Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch, London .
Winning entries will also be showcased through a number of in-depth project presentations after the awards event.
Frank Cordrey, vice-chairman of The Corporate IT Forum and head of development support at The John Lewis Partnership, said,"I know that having your work judged by your industry peers is a daunting and yet very rewarding career challenge.
"Being presented with a Real IT award is a very visible symbol that your team and your project is truly best of breed and that you have competed against some of the best IT talent in the world."
Full details of the entry deadlines, awards categories and registration requirements can be found at: