Telecoms industry peak body Communications Alliance has announced the 2021 finalists in the communications industry’s premier awards for excellence - the ACOMMS - which recognise exemplary achievement across 12 categories of endeavour.
Phil Britt is the CEO and MD of Aussie Broadband, which just listed on the ASX, won a major customer service award, gained its first customer on its new Metro Melbourne fibre network, with Britt also winning the ACOMMS Communications Ambassador Award for 2020, and he joined iTWireTV via Zoom for a good all-round chat.
Aussie Broadband, or ABB as it is now designated on the ASX, has a current share price of $1.90 at time of publication, 90c more than its $1 listing, and while it's down from a high of $2.22, ABB's prospects are definitely strong.
The 2020 finalists in the communications industry’s premier awards for excellence - the ACOMMS - have been announced by the telecommunications lobby group Communications Alliance.
Nominations have opened for the Australian communications industry’s premier awards - the ACOMMS - with 12 categories celebrating performance excellence in innovation, customer service, artificial intelligence, sustainability, the space sector, diversity and inclusion and product solutions across the telecommunications sector.
The ACOMMS are the Australian telecommunications industry's premier awards for excellent, and with the finalists announced (and listed below in full), Huawei noted its marketing campaign for the P30 Pro launch in Sydney and Paris was in the running for a prestigious ACOMMS award.
Last year was a tough one for Huawei. While it has delivered advances in smartphones, 5G networks and more, Western governments have accused the company of being too close to the Chinese Government. So what does Huawei say is in store for 2019?
Huawei's impressive "Seeds for the Future" program has won the prestigious ACOMMS "Services to Industry – Professional Services" Award in what is definitely a deserved win.
Short-listed nominees for the communications industry ACOMMS awards are illustrative of the industry’s transformation from the provision of traditional fixed and mobile communications to next-generation available-anywhere, advanced services and applications, according to the Communications Alliance.
Nominations for the Australian telecommunications industry’s premier awards — the ACOMMS — which recocognise innovation, have opened.
Mobile and satellite telco, Pivotel, has “recorded the lowest customer complaints in reporting history,” according to the latest Complaints in Context from the Comms Alliance and the TIO.
Huawei has been awarded the Internet of Things (IoT) Innovator at the Australian communications industry awards for excellence, the ACOMMS Awards.
The winners of the 2017 Communications Alliance Awards were announced at the 11th Annual ACOMM Awards Dinner held in Sydney.
Pivotel Satellite has won the 2017 ACOMM Communications Alliance’s Satellite Provider of the Year Award, for its pivotal, industry-first “Big Bundle” satphone plan initiative. The world-first solution increases the accessibility of satcomms tech in regional and remote Australia.
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