SEQTA Software was recently lauded as a Western Australian State Award Winner in the 2010 Australian Information Industry Association’s iAwards. The WA awards presentation was held at KPMG on July 7th. Grant Grosser and Barry van Oudtshoorn were present to receive the award (presented in the e-Learning category) on behalf of SEQTA.

The iAwards are Australia’s premier technology innovation awards programme, and recognise businesses and products that will lead Australia into the global digital economy.

Grant Grosser, SEQTA’s founding director, said that the award validated the investment SEQTA has made in the teaching profession in Australia.

Having spent four years developing the SEQTA suite, it’s good to have official recognition that what we have developed is both unique and innovative, and that it meets the needs of teachers.

So much software seems bent on making simple tasks difficult, so we’ve worked hard to provide teachers with a piece of software that actually simplifies their work. It’s fantastic to have our hard work recognised through this award.

There are eighteen categories in the iAwards, and awards are only presented if there is a worthy candidate. For 2010 in WA, only six of the eighteen categories were awarded.

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