Some of the country’s most innovative individuals, companies and teams have been honoured at the 2018 ACS Digital Disruptors Awards.
The winners were announced at an awards ceremony held on Thursday 1 November and exclusively aired on Your Money on Saturday 3 November.
The ceremony followed the 2018 ACS Reimagination Thought Leaders’ Summit and, according to ACS CEO Andrew Johnson, are part of efforts to “build Australia’s digital future”.
The winners of the 2018 ACS Digital Disruptors Awards:
ICT Professional of the Year
Dheeran Velu, CBA Strategic IT
ICT Student of the Year
Steve Nouri, University of Technology Sydney
ICT Educator of the Year
Ana Hol, Western Sydney University
ICT Researcher of the Year
Joseph Liu, Monash University
Young ICT Professional of the Year (Male)
Patrick Stoddart, DXC
Young ICT Professional of the Year (Female)
Chloe Skafte, Commonwealth Bank
CXO Disruptor of the Year
Emma Lo Russo, Digivizer
Service Transformation for the Digital Consumer (Corporate)
Service Transformation for the Digital Consumer (Government)
Northern Territory Government (Department of Corporate and Information Services & Department of Health)
Service Transformation for the Digital Consumer (Not-for-profit)
Royal Life Saving Society of Western Australia and Diversus
Skills Transformation of Work Teams (Small – under 20)
Skills Transformation of Work Teams (Medium – 21-200)
Perth Internet of Things
Skills Transformation of Work Teams (Large – 200+)
Edith Cowan University
Best New Disruptive Tech Platform
Hear from the 2018 winners in the video above as they are interviewed by Your Money’s James Daggar-Nickson.
Your Money is media partner of the ACS Digital Disruptors Awards.