The Global Tech Awards recognizes excellence in various fields of technology, including Information Technology (IT). The following are the criteria for Information Technology (IT) Awards Category:
Innovation: The degree to which the product, service, or solution is new, unique, and offers a significant advance over existing solutions in the market.
Impact: The potential impact that the product, service, or solution has on the market and the industry, including its potential to solve problems, improve efficiency, or offer new benefits.
User Experience: The quality of the user experience, including ease of use, reliability, and accessibility, and how well it meets the needs of the target audience.
Performance: The performance of the product, service, or solution in real-world use, including speed, reliability, scalability, and security.
Business Value: The value that the product, service, or solution delivers to businesses, including cost savings, increased productivity, and improved customer satisfaction.
Technical Excellence: The technical excellence of the product, service, or solution, including the quality of the code, architecture, and design, and the level of expertise of the development team.
Integration: The ability of the product, service, or solution to integrate with other technology solutions and systems, including APIs and data exchange standards.
Industry Recognition: The recognition that the product, service, or solution has received from industry experts, including awards, recognition from professional organizations, and the results of product reviews and testing.
Adoption: The level of adoption of the product, service, or solution by businesses and users, including the number of customers, the volume of transactions, and the growth of the user base.
Market Potential: The potential of the product, service, or solution to succeed in the market, including the size of the target market, the growth potential of the market, and the competitive landscape.
The judges will also consider other factors such as the nominee's overall impact on the Information Technology (IT) field, the level of creativity and originality of the solution, and the nominee's ability to overcome technical and market challenges. All decisions of the judges are final.