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Dynatrace A/NZ Software Intelligence Award winners announced

19 Aug 2019

The winners of Dynatrace’s Australia & New Zealand Software Intelligence Awards have been announced at PerformGo! Sydney, celebrating organisations that have gone above and beyond in their adoption, engagement, and involvement with the Dynatrace platform. 

The 2019 Australia & New Zealand Software Intelligence Award winners by category are:

Innovation Excellence Awardicare NSW

This award recognises organisational efforts in maximising the use of Dynatrace to innovate at scale, including DevOps, IoT, cloud transformation; automation and integrations of Dynatrace tech-ecosystems to deliver perfect software experiences.

Transformation Excellence Award ANZ Bank

This award recognises best overall enterprise-wide organisational transformation from concept to driving innovation. ANZ Bank demonstrated tangible accomplishments in all three areas of software intelligence – DevOps, delivering superior digital experiences and cloud automation to drive change in digital culture that goes beyond the organisation.

Transformation Excellence in Government AwardAustralian Government, Department of Human Services

This award recognises the best overall Government digital transformation initiative from concept to driving innovation. With tangible accomplishments in all three areas of software intelligence – DevOps, delivering superior digital experiences and cloud Automation, DHS was seen to drive change in digital culture that goes beyond the organisation.

Partner of the Year Award DXC

Awarded to the best overall partner in total revenue growth in the A/NZ region, as well as number of transactions and partner originated business.

Technical Readiness Partner of the Year Award - Deloitte

Awarded to the partner who has invested most in skilling themselves up for success. Measured by number of Dynatrace trained and certified people this fiscal year.

Rising Partner of the Year Award - Datacom New Zealand

Awarded to the best overall performing partner in revenue growth in the A/NZ region. Measured by total revenue, number of transactions and partner originated business.

“These organisations have really set the bar when it comes to creating unrivalled experiences for their customers and Dynatrace is proud to have played a part of their transformation journey,” says Dynatrace APAC chief technology officer Rafi Katanasho.

“By taking an AI-powered and automatic approach to innovation and monitoring their IT environments, they have been able to truly focus on providing excellent customer experience and this is what sets them apart.”

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