The ICTC (Information and Communications Technology Council) Award is presented to the Information Technology (IT) company or organization that enhanced their performance and reputation by leveraging organization human capital. Their efforts should demonstrate how Human Resources (HR) align with corporate strategic goals and enhances their successes. The winner will have led their organization by effectively providing leadership on HR issues, contributing to business growth and communicating the value of HR.Nominations will be evaluated on an organization’s IT HR planning, delivery and execution as well as demonstrated understanding and use of technology, business knowledge and strategic contributions. The organization honoured will also demonstrate their belief and dedicationtowards understanding the IT sector and its many innovations.
The ICTC Award will be presented in May at the CATAAlliance’s 34th Annual Innovation Awards Gala Dinner, to be held in Ottawa on May 15th at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University, Richcraft Hall.
Namir Anani, President & CEO, ICTC (lf), Rodney MacDonald, VP, Inuit, 2018 Award Winner & John Reid, CATA CEO (rt)
“Award winners have shown that they are innovators and skilled business people. They are role models for the development of commercially successful enterprises in Canada. CATA’s role as their advocate is to ensure that we create a rich foundation of programs and initiatives that enable leading entrepreneurs to launch their products and exploit their new business opportunities,” says John Reid, CATA President.
CTV Alumni Host, Paul Brent will be returning as the guest Gala MC as Ohad Arazi, Chief Strategy Officer and Vice President, Provider Solutions at TELUS Health and, Shurjeel Choudhri MD FRCPC, SVP and Head, Medical & Scientific Affairs, Bayer Inc., take the stage to spotlight major trends in digital health care and what they mean for the well being of all citizens.
The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATAAlliance), Canada’s One Voice for Innovation Lobby Group and ‘political party’ for Canada’s tech industry, crowdsources ideas and guidance from thousands of opt in members in moderated social networks in Canada and key global markets. Supported by evidence-based research, CATAAlliance then mobilizes the community behind public policy recommendations designed to boost Canada’s innovation and competitiveness success.