Se­lec­tion of win­ners


When it comes to Best IT Im­ple­men­ta­tions, the win­ners are cho­sen on the ba­sis of the max­i­mum busi­ness im­pact, max­i­mum so­cial im­pact, most tech­ni­cally com­plex, largest scale, and so on. How­ever, for In­dia’s Top Soft­ware Projects, the same pa­ram­e­ters don’t ap­ply. So the jury mem­bers judged each project on the ba­sis of – if the un­der­ly­ing idea in a soft­ware was ap­peal­ing enough, does the soft­ware make a sig­nif­i­cant im­pact to the user, does the soft­ware make use of the ap­pro­pri­ate and lat­est tech­nolo­gies, and so on.

Each fi­nal­ist’s case was put forth by the re­spec­tive project cham­pion. Lots of ques­tions fol­lowed each pre­sen­ta­tion. In many cases, the project heads were con­tacted by the project cham­pi­ons, dur­ing the jury de­lib­er­a­tions, so that no de­tails are missed out. Af­ter al­most 5-6 hours of dis­cus­sions and de­lib­er­a­tions, the fi­nal three win­ners were cho­sen. We would like to con­grat­u­late the win­ners, and we would also like to con­grat­u­late the rest of the fi­nal­ists for mak­ing it to the fi­nals – it was a tough call for the judges to arrive upon the fi­nal three!

What fol­lows next are the win­ners pages, fol­lowed by the other fi­nal­ists.

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