CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nominations are now being accepted for the Information Technology Certification Council's (ITCC) Innovation Award. This annual award serves to recognize leadership initiatives that have positively impacted your company or the IT certification industry. If you or someone you know has added value to a product, service, or initiative within the industry, we encourage your submissions.
“The ITCC wants to highlight organizations that are doing something innovative around certification that will help to propel the industry forward. It is crucial that innovation is a part of the framework for any certification program” – Kristin Gibson, ITCC Chair
- Implementation of an innovative test, process, or service within the past two years
The product, service, or initiative must produce value for one or more
stakeholders within the IT certification industry, such as, but not
- Increased security of a test
- Resulted in a new method for evaluating competencies
- Improved convenience or market access to your certification program
- Enhanced the respect and demand for certified professionals
- Open to companies and individuals in the IT certification industry (ITCC membership is not required)
Please complete the first page of the submission form and email to email@example.com.
Nominations will be accepted through Thursday, January 24, 2019. The award presentation will take place at an ITCC event gathering March 17th in Orlando, Florida.
For information on the ITCC Innovation Award and past award winners like SAP and IBM, please visit the Innovation Award page found on the ITCC website here.
The ITCC is a council of IT industry leaders focused on promoting IT certifications and committed to growing professional certifications, while recognizing the need for a qualified workforce to support the world’s technology needs. The ITCC is a resource for employers, government officials, academia, and individuals seeking information about the many benefits of IT certification. The council establishes industry best practices, markets the value of certification, enhances exam security, and works on other certification issues the council identifies.