Sydney – Qlik® today announced the winners of its Australia and New Zealand Health and Public Sector Digital Transformation Awards, recognising public agencies across the region that are using Qlik in transformational ways to impact citizen lives.
Public sector organisations celebrated their achievements at a special ceremony held on Wednesday, October 19 at the Qlik Health & Public Sector Digital Transformation Awards in Sydney.
“In the last two years through the pandemic, we have seen government agencies go through the largest digital transformation in history catalysed by the need to meet more of citizen needs online. With this change, more data has become available - this means managing a data-driven public service is not only recommended but essential for the future,” said Geoff Thomas, Senior Vice President, Asia-Pacific at Qlik. “It is a privilege to be delivering these awards to the trailblazers in the public sector. The achievements of these leading government agencies, with the help of Qlik’s solutions, is testament to the power of data to help make better decisions and improve lives.”
“These awards celebrate the most ground-breaking use cases – those leveraging data and analytics to improve the lives of citizens through the power of data,” said Charlie Farah, Senior Director, Solutions & Value Engineering at Qlik. “It’s great to see how the winners are reimagining processes while leveraging multiple modernisation initiatives including near real-time data integration, advanced and embedded analytics, artificial intelligence, machine learning as well as cloud and data management.”
- Qlik Excellence in Public Sector Award: Australian Government, Services Australia
- Qlik Excellence in Healthcare Award: Western Sydney Local Health District
- Citizen-centred App Innovation Award: National Indigenous Australians Agency
- Patient-centred App Innovation Award: Te Whatu Ora, Health New Zealand – Waitematā & Sydney Children’s Health Network
- Excellence in Providing Better Community Outcomes with Data Award: Outcome Health, POLAR Data Intelligence
- Celebrating Smart Uses of Public Data Award: Independent Health and Aged Care Pricing Authority & Australian Government Department of Health and Aged Care
- Organizational Transformation Award: Better Regulation Division, NSW Department of Customer Service
“It is an honour to be recognised as a data leader in the public sector and healthcare space. Qlik has been central in driving better outcomes for our community through the Qlik platform. Similar to the Qlik mantra, we are passionate about using data for good, and look forward to bolstering our capabilities so we can optimally support our community,” said Damien Roache, NSW Department of Customer Service, Better Regulation Division.
“Qlik has empowered our ability to deliver analytics solutions to improve care for our patients. The analytics tools we developed using Qlik now provide access to direct information to focus on providing the best possible care to patients across the organisation. Qlik Sense has enabled SMEs to tell the best story of their data to focus on improving patient outcomes,” said David Pryce, Manager Business Analytics Service, Western Sydney Local Health District.
“We look forward to helping our partners continue to grow and innovate and wish all the winners prosperity and success in the data analytics space,” added Geoff Thomas, Senior Vice President, Asia-Pacific at Qlik.
Qlik’s vision is a data-literate world, where everyone can use data and analytics to improve decision-making and solve their most challenging problems. A private company, Qlik offers real-time data integration and analytics solutions, powered by Qlik Cloud, to close the gaps between data, insights and action. By transforming data into Active Intelligence, businesses can drive better decisions, improve revenue and profitability, and optimize customer relationships. Qlik serves more than 38,000 active customers in over 100 countries.
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