Consensus Awards name winners

Nine Australian software designers and developers have received Consensus Software Awards.

The awards, in their third year, were presented by Senator Kate Lundy, shadow minister for information technology in Sydney last night.

This year's winners included:

- EditLive by Ephox -- software for the creation and management of enterprise Web based content.

- E-easy Notebooks V3.00 by E-easy - an accounting solution that can be accessed securely over the Internet using a Web browser.

- Megalex/eCompress by Eurofield Information Solutions - an electronic dictionary publishing system.

- My Virtual Accountant by My Virtual Accountant - an automated Internet based business improvement solution for SMEs.

- OmniScope by Think Software - a project management and communication tool.

- Rapid Development Platform by Transcom Software - a framework based system for developing enterprise level applications.

- Soprano Parking by Soprano Designs - allows people to use a mobile device to buy parking minutes on meters.

- SuperModeller by Econsult Management Consultants - a development framework and financial management tool for managing, analysing and reporting information.

· Vesereo by Vesereo - lets organisations exchange information and communicate securely over the Internet.

Vesereo was also awarded the inaugural IBM Global Potential Award, which gives the company the opportunity for ongoing potential partnership discussions with IBM.

The nine products were chosen by a panel of 30 judges from industry, government and academia.

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