IT Project of the Year category returns to the APM Awards

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Posted by APM on 10th May 2016

APM is pleased to announce the IT Project of the Year category returns to the APM Project Management Awards line-up for a second year.

The prospect of winning the IT Project of Year award offers an additional opportunity for you to be rewarded in front of hundreds of peers, industry leaders and colleagues at the prestigious APM Project Management Awards ceremony in London. 

The award will go to the organisation that has delivered excellent results to the customer, stakeholders and wider community through successful delivery of their chosen information technology project that has been effectively planned, controlled and executed.

Judges are looking for challenging, complex IT projects demonstrating the most effective use of project management techniques, the greatest results through innovation and lessons learned for the profession.

The APM Project Management Awards recognise what people can achieve through project management and have been celebrating excellence in the profession for over 20 years.

The robust judging criteria recognise the broadening range of possibilities within project management. With a focus on achievement; the judging criteria creates an emphasis on the outputs and outcomes of projects; what they aim to achieve and what their success gives back to the profession.

The 2016 awards ceremony will be held at the London Hilton on Park Lane, 7th November.

The awards dinner is known for being the most glamorous event of the year and has become the most prestigious night in the professional calendar.

Entry to the APM Awards 2016 is free, so there is no reason not to put your submission forward. However, make sure you enter before the  deadline of Monday 20 June 2016. Find out more on how to enter.

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