The 2017 Document Manager Awards

Nominations for the voting categories of the Document Manager Awards for 2017 have now closed

However nominations are still open for the Project Categories of the Awards

To enter for this year you would need to supply a Word .doc or .pdf summarising your project – often an existing case study will suffice.

Your entry should include the following:

1) Some explanation of the business issues that were being addressed, and the cost or other measurable impact of them
2) How/why the specific solution was chosen and what made it stand out from alternative approaches (not necessarily naming any competitive bids etc. of course)
3) How the success of the project has been measured - ROI, staff, customer service, improved processes etc. 4) Some quotes from the end user are always good
5) Plus something that makes the project ‘stand out from the crowd

We don't have a specified word limit for an entry but we suggest it shouldn't need be more than a two page PDF so it's unlikely to be much over 1200 words at most - at the same time if it's much less than say 500, then it probably doesn't go into enough detail for the judges to really decide how it compares with other entries.

There are 2 categories for entries, Public sector projects and Private sector projects.

The closing date for submissions is October 7th

Your submission should be emailed to me and I will pass this on to the judges along with a detailed marking sheet to ensure they are all using the same criteria.

Our judges for this year are all well known across the industry:

Alan Pelz-Sharpe(of Deep Analysis), Martyn Christian(of Undrstnd Group), Andrew Graham(Digital Transformation Limited) and David Tyler(Editor of Document Manager)

Project nominations close on the 7th October 2017

The 2017 Document Manager Awards will take place at the
Radisson Blu Edwardian
Bloomsbury Street 9-13 Bloomsbury Street,
London, WC1B 3QD on the 23rd November