Judges will be evaluating entries based on an organization’s ability to show a measurable business outcome as a result of the innovative use of information and communications technology (ICT).
Entries must be as specific as possible regarding the impact of measurable and quantifiable results. Nominations will be judged based on an organization’s ability to show measurable results – for example, details that substantiate claims regarding increased sales, productivity, improvements, efficiency gains, energy savings, etc.
For the new Ingenious Spark category view unique nomination form for details on judging criteria.
Judges will apply due diligence to ensure the accuracy and comprehensiveness of all entries.
What does a winning entry look like? TMX was a past Ingenious Award winner in the large private sector category. View their submission. We are grateful for their generosity in sharing best practices, not only in the use of ICT, but in the way to complete an Ingenious Awards entry.
Who is eligible to compete
All public, private and not-for-profit organizations operating within Canada
All projects nominated must take place in Canada to be eligible for this award
All projects nominated must have taken place within the past two years