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Winners of the SiTF Awards 2011

The Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) announced the winners of this year’s SiTF Awards, the most coveted local infocommunications technology (ICT) industry awards today, which aim to promote and to recognize innovations developed in Singapore. This year, thirteen teams triumphed in their respective categories to clinch the top awards, out of the 177 entries received. The outstanding applications which emerged as winners this year are able to utilize ICT to improve processes and even help to save lives in exciting categories like Cloud Technology, Interactive Ideas, Mobile applications and more.

The full list of winners of the 2011 SiTF Awards is as follows:

# Award Categories Name of Organisation Name of Product/ Application Description
1. Cloud Technology m9 Tech Solutions Pte Ltd Oystor Leveraging on cloud technology, Oystor makes sharing, securing, and managing files easy and accessible, which results in boosting productivity.
2. Digital Media SingTel Idea Factory Pte Ltd De!ite SingTel’s De!ite is an e-magazine app that promotes interaction by letting users perform keyword searches, make side notes, bookmark articles and sync to Facebook and Twitter.
3. E-Enterprise SMRT Corporation Ltd Vehicle Damage Assessment System Using wireless technology, users can connect to the system while at the workshop via mobile devices, letting them capture vehicle repair information in real time.
4. E-Government Integrated Health Information Systems Pte Ltd Closed-Loop Medication Management System Leveraging on automation, human error is now reduced while ward efficiency improved with two-factor authentication. National University Hospital (NUH) and Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) were the first two hospitals in Asia Pacific to fully implement this electronic end-to-end closed-loop inpatient medication management system.
5. Emerging Technology Argentra Pte Ltd Print Access Management (PAM) An innovative solution that gives full control and visibility on every print job, including its content, increasing security and authenticity.
6. Interactive Ideas Dr. Dana Elliott Srither CROWDSAV – Mass Collaboration in Resuscitation This smartphone app will enable anyone to provide effective chest compressions during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on cardiac arrest victims.
7. Mobile Applications Multimedia Centre, Singapore Press Holdings STOMP* An iPhone app that empowers the citizen journalist to contribute material, view STOMP content and interact with other members.
8. Start-up YFind Technologies Pte Ltd Indoor Positioning Solution Tapping on existing WiFi wireless networks, this indoor positioning system that works as a mobile app, provides customers with accurate, affordable and hassle-free indoor localization solutions.
9. Primary Student Tampines Primary School Interactive Game on Global Warming These innovative solutions range from computer games that educate about environmental awareness, to mobile apps that promote easy learning through an accessible and simplified school portal, right up to an integrated system for civil defense agencies that can determine what an entire rescue operation requires.
10. Secondary Student Crescent Girls School iPortal: Improving Communication and Learning in School
11. Tertiary Student Singapore Polytechnic, School of Digital Media and Infocomm Technology Silver Radar
12. ICT Team Excellence – Technical Support Tata Consultancy Services Singapore The use of technology in business processes has enabled companies to improve the technical support resolution duration by 10 times. In marketing, it has also shortened the time to market and provided the ability to reach out to the right user at right time and place.
13. ICT Team Excellence – Marketing Smoov Pte Ltd

*Denotes the Judges’ Choice

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