Deadline for applications August 4, 2017
The SuperNova Awards honor leaders that demonstrate excellence in the application and adoption of new and emerging technologies.
In its seventh year, the Constellation SuperNova Awards will recognize early adopters who demonstrate true leadership in digital business through their application of new and emerging technologies. We’re searching for leaders and teams who used disruptive technologies to transform their organizations.
We’re searching for the boldest, most transformative technology projects out there. If you or someone you know transformed their organization with disruptive technology apply for a SuperNova Award. Fill out the application here:
- August 4, 2017 last day for submissions.
- September 7, 2017 finalists announced and invited to Connected Enterprise.
- September 12, 2017 voting opens to the public
- September 21, 2017 polls close
- October 27, 2017 Winners announced, SuperNova Awards Gala Dinner at Connected Enterprise
Technology thought leaders, analysts, and journalists selected for their futurist mindset and ability to separate substance from hype. The SuperNova Award Judges carefully evaluate each SuperNova Award application against a rigorous set of criteria. Judges will identify individuals who demonstrate true leadership in the application and adoption of new and emerging technologies. Want to catch a judge's eye? Judges look for projects whose elements can be replicated in other enterprises.
- Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Humanity
- Data to Decisions - Using data to make informed business decisions. (examples: big data, predictive analytics)
- Digital Marketing Transformation - Personalized, data-driven digital marketing.
- Future of Work: Productivity and Collaboration - The technologies enabling teams to work together efficiently. (examples: enterprise social networks, collaboration)
- Future of Work: Human Capital Management - Enabling your organization to utilize your workforce as an asset. (examples: talent management)
- Internet of Things - A network of smart objects enables smart services. (examples: sensors, smart ‘things’, device to purchase)
- Matrix Commerce - Commerce responds to changing realities from the supply chain to the storefront. (examples: digital retail, supply chain, payments, omni-channel retail)
- Next Generation Customer Experience - Customers in the digital age demand seamless service throughout all lifecycle stages and across all channels. (examples: crm, customer experience)
- Safety and Privacy - Strategies to secure sensitive data (examples: digital identity, information security, authentication)
- Technology Optimization - Innovative methods to balance innovation and IT budgets. (examples: innovation in the cloud, ENSW cost savings, cloud ERP, efficient app production)