Last call for Tif awards

IT professionals have only a few days left to register to enter the Corporate IT Forum (Tif) awards, which are open to non-Tif...

IT professionals have only a few days left to register to enter the Corporate IT Forum (Tif) awards, which are open to non-Tif members for the first time this year.

The awards include prizes for technical innovation and IT projects that have either boosted profits or cut costs.

"Businesses today understand that IT is more than simply a business enabler," said David Roberts, chief executive of Tif. "IT is a means to realising cost savings, increasing revenues and creating business opportunities. However, it is still unusual for IT to receive recognition for a successfully delivered initiative," he said.

Last year, clearing house Bacs won the Excellence in Business Innovation Award for introducing an IP-based system that can process up to five billion transactions a year. Retailer Marks & Spencer picked-up the Profitability award for a project involving business process change, collaborative planning, forecasting and stock replenishment.

To qualify for the Tif awards, projects must be commissioned and largely completed in-house, be shown to be important to the business and have been completed by the end of March 2003. The deadline for registering an interest in entering is 19 March.

www.tif.co.uk

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