The Constellation SuperNova Awards recognise individuals and organisations that demonstrate true leadership in digital business through their application of new and emerging technologies, says Ray Wang, founder and CEO, Constellation Research, based in San Francisco.
"We're searching for leaders and teams who used disruptive technologies to transform their organisations. I encourage all leaders and teams that have adopted disruptive technologies as a means of adapting to disruption to apply,” says Wang.
The deadline for submissions is on July 12.
The categories for the 2019 awards are:
AI and Augmented Humanity: For organisations and individuals who apply machines that possess the intelligence and learning capabilities of humans to transform their businesses or mission. This category also includes solutions that address the issues of digital and AI ethics, and the impact of AI on society.
Data to Decisions: Recognises organisations and individuals employing data to make informed business decisions (big data, predictive analytics).
Data-Driven Digital Networks (DDNs) and Business Models: Awards organisations and individuals using disruptive and exponential tech such as Cloud, 5G, IOT, Blockchain and AI to craft new businesses models with a subscription commerce, smart service, value chain, or joint venture approach.
Digital Marketing and Sales Effectiveness: Cites organisations and individuals who apply data-driven digital marketing and revenue generation to their businesses. This includes technologies such as configure price quote, mobile marketing, account based marketing, sales by design. and other effectiveness analytics.
Digital Safety, Governance, and Privacy: Spotlights organisations and individuals that support policies and technologies to manage how personal information is used, strategies for effective compliance, and privacy best practices.
Future of Work - Employee Experience: Determines organisations and individuals that deliver the best possible employee experience as a means to maximise wellness and productivity using tools that support the future of work and people analytics.
Future of Work: Human Capital Management: Identifies organisations and individuals that view the workforce as a competitive asset and apply technologies to gain competitive advantage and improve employee effectiveness. Key technologies include talent management, recruiting, benefits, payroll, and core HR.
Next-Generation Customer Experience: Recognises organisations and individuals that keep brand promises as business shifts to systems of engagement, systems of experience, and systems of mass personalisation at scale through customer experience, CRM, service, and engagement.
Tech Optimisation and Modernisation: Shows how organisations and individuals reduce technical debt to fund innovation using technologies such as but not limited to cloud computing, back office efficiencies, RPA and process mining, licensing optimisation, ERP, GRC, integration, and others.
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