ITAC: ThoughtWare takes out top prize, Margelis enters the hall

Software development and compliance management specialist ThoughtWare, which makes the i.on my care risk, governance and compliance system for aged and community care, was named the ICT Company of the Year at the 2014 ITAC Awards in Hobart.

It is the fourth ITAC win for ThoughtWare, with previous awards including a win last year for an implementation project with Sydney's St Luke's Care and one for McKenzie Aged Care in 2012.

Industry stalwart George Margelis, who attended the inaugural ITAC conference in 2007, which as he described it involved “50 people wondering how to capture people’s names on a database”, was inducted into the ITAC Hall of Fame for his outstanding contribution to ICT learning and adoption in the aged care industry.

The award for the best implementation of the year for facilities with a total income of under $5m owned by the one organisation went to the NSW Northern Rivers Social Development Council.

Best Implementation of the Year for facilities from $5m to $30m went to Moyne Health Service.

The Best Implementation of the Year over $30m was taken out by Silver Chain, incorporating RDNS SA.

The award for the Best Implementation of the Year for Infrastructure went to Regis Aged Care.

Posted in Aged Care

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