Last Chance to Enter The Geotechnical Data Management Awards 2015
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We are proud of the advances our customers make with our software and we feel your successes should be recognised and celebrated, so this year sees the return of the Geotechnical Data Management Awards.
The two worthy winners last year with Atkins and GIP
This year we’ve added a new category for BIM so there are three chances to win an award. The categories are:
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- Data Collection and Reporting
- Data Analysis and Visualisation
- Geotechnical BIM – Workflows and Collaboration
If you’ve not already registered, you still have time (but only just!). The entry process is quick and easy and if you are not sure if you have a worthy project or process just ask. We will present your projects for you on the day and give you maximum publicity across our user base and social media presence.
About the Geotechnical Data Management Awards
The awards are designed to give recognition to organisations that have put geotechnical data management at the forefront of their organisation and have implemented new techniques or processes using Keynetix software.
Each entry will be judged based on two criteria; the originality of the method and the return on investment your organisation has gained this year (or is expected to gain next year).
Keynetix will present each finalist entry at our User Group Meeting on the 24th November therefore giving your organisation increased exposure to around 150 – 200 engineers on the day.
The Winner of each category will also be announced and presented with the award at the User Group Meeting.
Each Finalist will also receive free publicity via the Keynetix website and our other online partners such as Geotechnica, geoengineer.com and geoprac.net.
We have kept the entry process as simple as possible as we know you are very busy. To enter just download the entry form and email it to us, together with 2 images that represent the project which we can use in the UGM presentation
Wednesday 6 November 2019
Monday 21 October 2019
Tuesday 27 August 2019
Thursday 13 June 2019
Tuesday 30 April 2019