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[Blog post] The search for the 2017 winners begins.

All too often the glitches, outages, delays and overspends are the stories that make the headlines, drowning out the remarkable transformation efforts underway in our industry.

The Benchmark Awards give the iTnews team the opportunity to highlight these successes, and provide you the ability to learn from your peers' accomplishments.

Now in its fifth year, the Benchmarks has cemented itself as an independent and credible program amidst a sea of 'awards' schemes, using the expertise of our editorial staff and your fellow technology leaders in the industry to judge the winners.

It's now your team's turn to get the recognition they deserve - we want to hear about the innovative project you've delivered since last December.

Entries for the 2017 Benchmark Awards are open from today and will run until November 4. You can submit your entries online or fill out this form and email it to the editorial team

Benchmark alumni and this year's entrants will gather to hear who made the 2017 cut at a cocktail party in late November at The Establishment in Sydney.

We look forward to reading your submissions. Good luck!


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Allie Coyne

Allie Coyne is a Sydney-based journalist and the editor of iTnews.

Coyne started on iTnews in 2013 after almost two years running the website of technology channel publication CRN.

Coyne won best new journalist in the 2013 Microsoft IT Journalism Awards, and was named best business technology journalist at the same awards in 2015, again in 2016, and won best security journalist in 2018. She left iTnews in 2018.

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