InnovationAus Awards finalists: Software Innovation

Software has become the unlikely hero of the Australian economy with the local industry continuing to go from strength to strength, both at home and in international markets.

And that’s no surprise, with companies like Atlassian and Canva global leaders in business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) software now commanding billions of dollars in annual revenues.

But for every Atlassian, there are a countless more players, each with a unique value proposition, already in a league of their own or soon to take off, creating a vibrant industry in Australia.

The 2023 InnovationAus Awards for Excellence shines a spotlight on some of most pioneering companies that area making an impact with their products both here in Australia and overseas.

The finalists in this category are:

The InnovationAus Awards for Excellence winners and finalists will be celebrated at a black-tie gala dinner on Wednesday November 1. You can book your tickets here.

Behind the finalists:

Humanetix is a Canberra-based startup focused on developing cutting-edge technology solutions to support Australians later in life. Founded in 2011, the company offers an intelligent care delivery platform that provides a platform for point-of-care management, decision-making and workflow.

The platform, Aged Care Ecosystem (ACE), is currently used in residential aged care and hospital settings, as well as by National Disability Insurance Scheme providers

Data Zoo offers a complete know-your-customer solution, allowing companies to reduce fraud and comply with regulations, while also improving the customer’s experience. Built on globally recognised standards, and with privacy-by-design principles built in, the solution streamline ID verification, with customer identity data deleted when onboarding is complete.

The Sydney-based startup, which counts online investment platform eToro and Experian as customers, has been rated one of the fastest growing tech companies in Australia two years running.

Fivecast is the creator of Onyx, an open source intelligence solution used by national security, defence and law enforcement clients. The AI-infused software – which took out the award last year – is capable of sift through unprecedented amounts of digital data and receive deep, actionable insights.

The Adelaide-based company touts the platform as a scalable solution with the power to quickly increase the vision of its clients’ targets without the need for extra staff.

The InnovationAus 2023 Awards for Excellence are supported by: Australian Computer Society, the Technology Council of Australia, Investment NSW, Agile Digital, CSIRO, METS Ignited, Q-CTRL, TechnologyOne and IP Australia.

The InnovationAus 2023 Awards for Excellence are proudly supported by Investment NSW, AusIndustry, Australian Computer Society, Technology Council of Australia, Agile Digital, CSIRO, TechnologyOne, IP Australia, METS Ignited and Q-CTRL.

Protecting your great ideas with intellectual property (IP) rights can lead to lasting benefits for your growing business. IP refers to creations of the mind, such as a brand, logo, invention, design or artistic work. Head to the IP Australia website to find out more about IP, and how it might help your business.
Reserve your place at the InnovationAus Awards for Excellence black-tie dinner by clicking here.

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