A corporate custom software solutions provider from the Northern Territory was among the companies awarded an honour at the 2007 Telstra Australian Business of the Year Awards last night in Sydney, in one of the most competitive years ever in the event’s 15-year history, according to the organisers.Darwin-based SRA Information Technology which provides systems analysis, website and web-based application development, IT strategic planning along with training and support received the top honour as the Business of the Year along with the AMP Innovation Award for its Envirosys product which enables organisations in the government, mining and oil sectors to capture, monitor and analyse environmental impacts affecting their businesses.
The company tied for first place with a gourmet food manufacturing company from Bangalow in Northern New South Wales.
Telstra chief executive officer Sol Trujillo and business group managing director and Telstra Business Awards ambassador Deena Shiff presented the awards in front of almost 500 guests, including award winners and finalists from around Australia.
“Telstra believes that Australian small to medium businesses are among the best in the world and is committed to supporting their growth and development by providing the tools they need to realise their potential,” said Shiff.
“World class networks, including our Next G wireless mobile broadband network are helping businesses become more competitive, save time, connect with their customers and improve productivity.”