0%

Why should you take part?

  • Increase visibility of your business: Your project will find reference in our marketing campaigns including mailings, reports, evaluations and press releases and will therefore spread the word about your outstanding performance internationally
  • Boost your project: Foster enthusiasm and prestige of your efforts among your colleagues, employees, management and team members
  • Help a good cause: we.CONECT will select a charity on behalf of the winners and exclusively donate € 1,000 to support their individual projects

Become our award partner

Would you like to get involved in the award evening, get international exposure and promote your business?

  • Award Info
  • Review
  • Charity
  • T&Cs

Do you have what it takes? Apply now and join our hall of fame as Enterprise Business Collaboration Award winner 2018

Have you recently worked on a complex social collaboration project or even launched a new digital workplace platform? Did your project accomplish outstanding results or promises to achieve great outcomes? Then join us for our Social Business Collaboration Award ceremony 2018 in Berlin and share your success.

Presented by we.CONECT, the prestigious Social Business Collaboration Award exclusively recognises, celebrates and honours exceptional projects in the following three categories:

  1. Best Collaboration Infrastructure
  2. Best Rollout and Implementation of Collaboration Solutions
  3. Best Knowledge Sharing Infrastructure

Official Award Ceremony 2018

We are inviting all stakeholders playing an active role in enterprise collaboration, knowledge management, digital workplace, ESN,  and the entire internal IT architecture, to apply with their concepts for a unique chance to showcase their outstanding achievements. Based on all entries, the jury will nominate 3 projects in each category, which will get the exclusive chance to be present during the official Award Ceremony & Networking Dinner on November 19, 2018 in Berlin. All winners will not only receive a certificate and a trophy, but we.CONECT will also donate € 1,000 to a charity on their behalf.

Apply now for the Enterprise Business Collaboration Award and get recognised for your achievements. Click on the link below, select a category and fill in your project information by September 21, 2018. Please also see our terms and conditions for further details.

 

Keydates
Application deadline: September 21, 2018
Announcement of finalists: October 19, 2018
Award ceremony: November 19, 2018

Award Ceremony in 2017

Award Winner 2017

Winner of the Enterprise Business Collaboration award 2017 in the category ‘Best Collaborative Tool to Support Digital Transformation and Business Processes’ was Faurecia with their intranet tool called Enterprise Business Collaboration Award 2017 kick-off. All winners received exclusive trophies and certificates
The final voting was done live at the event KDM (Knowledge Data Management) that improves efficiency in their product and process development. The second place went to Deutsche Telekom with their project ‘[email protected] IT’ and the third place was awarded to SAP.
Winner of the Enterprise Business Collaboration award 2017 in the category ‘Best Collaboration Implementation of Collaboration Solutions’ was ENGIE, who are breaking habits and established a new digital workplace to change from working and managing information in silos to operating in a fully networked and transparent manner. The second place went to E.ON with their enterprise social Network project ‘connect’ and the third place was awarded to Superdrug. Winner of the special jury award was Vodafone for their ‘Vodafone digital workplace project’.
The award winners did not only receive a trophy and certificate proving their excellence, but also donated 1,000 € on behalf of we.CONECT to support a charity. This year, DKMS was chosen, an NGO that was founded on May 28, 1991 by a private initiative in order to defeat blood cancer. With more than 7.1 million registered stem cell donors and international locations in Germany, the USA, Poland, Spain and the UK, DKMS is the largest association of stem cell donor centres worldwide.

Award Winner 2016

Winner of the Social Business Collaboration award 2016 in the category ‘Best Collaborative Tool to Support Digital Transformation’ was Coloplast with their project ‘New Connect’ – their new intranet and an interactive platform that ties together our growing global organisation by letting our employees share and collaborate with each other across 48 geographical locations. The second place went to Dong Energy with their project ‘DECA – DONG Energy Collaboration & Archive’ and the third place was awarded to Airbus and their project ‘The Hub – 3D employee portal’.

Winner of the Social Business Collaboration award 2016 in the category ‘Best Collaborative Tool to Support Business Processes was Keolis with their project KeoShare, which enabled the deployment of a global Knowledge Management programme by leveraging Social Business Collaboration. The second place went to Quintiles with their project ‘Intranet’s Journey to the Cloud’ and the third place was awarded to Schneider Electric with their project ‘GoSEE’.

Award Winner 2015

The winner of the Collaborative Enterprise Cup 2015 in the category ‘Best Integration of Collaboration & Communication’ was AMSL with their project myASML, a people-centred digital workplace that brings together communication, social, collaboration and work into one integrated and relevant digital workplace and offers a responsive and mobile solution.

The winner of the Collaborative Enterprise Cup 2015 in the category ‘Best Social Approach to Business Challenges’ was Swisscom with their project Future Collaboration. Their young generation project team is responsible for establishing and enabling Swisscom to work in a collaborative environment through reverse mentoring, community building, floor-walking, classroom teaching and workshops.

Award Winner 2014

Winner in the category ‘innovative collaboration platform’ voted live by the attendees was BNP Paribas Group, awarded for their collaboration portal ‘JUMP. The digital platform ‘propels the innovations our employees have envisioned’ says representative Jerome Dubois. BNPP’s digital collaboration platform bases its original method on three principles: Automatic selection of experts, Anonymity and Limitation of the project’s impact on workload.

In the category ‘Best Community & Knowledge Platform’, the first place honouring special efforts and success was received by the German Institute for Standardisation for the initiative ‘DIN TERMinology applications’. Ensuring national and international professional communication with no language and definition barriers, the project ‘leveraged expert’s exchange along well-defined terms and definitions, well-structured content sharing and complex search functionality across a large and diverse user base’ says representative Davis Eisape.

In the final live vote of the evening, attendees voted the winners in award category ‘Best Intranet & Digital Workplace’ to be Barclays with their project ‘MyZone’. The team had accomplished to create ‘compelling colleague collaborations’ via their knowledge portal, says David Shepard, recreating instructional content with new media approaches, restructuring text and implementing colleague driven video and info graphic instructions in a suite of knowledge canvases all with socialised and transparent colleague feedback through its core.

Supporting a good cause is at the very heart of our ambitions. Throughout the years we have carefully researched and selected charities that are close to our heart and deserve special recognition.

Charity Partner 2017

DKMS is a not for profit organization and was founded on May 28, 1991, by a private initiative and due to the blood cancer patient Mechtild Harf. With more than 7.1 million registered stem cell donors and international locations like Germany, the USA, Poland, Spain, and the UK, the DKMS family is the largest association of stem cell donor centers worldwide. At the present time, at least 18 DKMS members donate stem cells for blood cancer patients around the world each and every day.

Every 15 minutes someone is diagnosed with blood cancer in Germany. Whether children or adults – no one is safe from this disease but with the donation of stem cells, we may be able to defeat blood cancer. For a transplant of stem cells to be successful, the patient’s and donor’s tissue characteristics need  to be an almost exact match – which is a challenge, since the probability of finding a perfect match lies anywhere between 1 in 20,000 and 1 in several millions. Therefore we need to get as many people as possible registered, to increase the chances of finding a matching donor for every blood cancer patient.

In principle, anyone between 17 and 55 years of age can be registered as a potential stem cell donor. The most important thing is that you are physically fit, do not suffer from any chronic diseases, and you don’t belong to any risk groups. Your tissue characteristics are determined by just using a simple swab from the inside of your cheek or by a blood sample. After providing DKMS with your swabs or blood samples and your signed consent form, you can be a part of the DKMS family – and get the opportunity to give a blood cancer patient a second chance at life. Individuals as well as entire families, companies, associations, and many celebrities have joined us in serving a good cause – with more and more signing up each and every day.

Charity Partner 2016

We have selected Charitree as our Charity partner for 2016. Charitree is a platform that showcases various projects in Berlin which provide innovative and sustainable solutions to help integrate refugees in our society. The objective is to provide a physical space for personal and in-depth understanding of the brilliant work being done by various social campaigns that address challenges refugees face.

Charity Partner 2015

In 2015 the Social Business Collaboration Awards presented by we.CONECT supported Telefonseelsorge Berlin e.V. –  a telephone counselling service based in Berlin. It was founded in 1956 and now employs 150 volunteers who work 24/7 on the phone in order to support others in critical situations. All volunteers receive an intensive training in order to be prepared for the potential challenges ahead. Suicide prevention is still the most important aim of the service, however, there are also problems like loneliness, isolation, mental illness, orthe death of a loved one.

Supporting a good cause is at the very heart of our ambitions. Throughout the years we have carefully researched and selected charities that are close to our heart and deserve special recognition.

Charity Partner 2014

We selected ‘Guts for change‘ as our charity partner in 2014. Guts for change is an international initiative run by young change makers to promote social projects through courageous campaigns and storytelling across the world. All donations helped building sanitation facilities and sleeping rooms for 400 students & adults at a boarding school in rural India.

Terms and Conditions

  • All details must be submitted in English
  • The submitted application should be related to an enterprise business collaboration project at your company
  • Only projects that have been implemented or are already in an implementation phase are being considered
  • The implementation of the project must not date back longer than 2 years
  • A company may nominate more than one project for the award, however not in the same category
  • The jury will only consider applicants who have completed the award application with all required details and will nominate projects for each category
  • All nominees will be asked to prepare a 2 minute-long video showcasing their project. Style, format and content can be based on individual / corporate design
  • Failure to provide a video may result in disqualification
  • The video will be shown live on stage at the award ceremony in November 19, 2018
  • All nominees must be present at the award evening or alternatively send a representative.
  • Solution providers and consultants are not allowed to enter award unless they’re applying with a client’s project
  • Besides being used for evaluation-purposes, the information provided by applicants may be published in further channels (website/portal/social media) by we.CONECT
  • By submitting your application, you agree to the terms & conditions of we.CONECT
  • We reserve the right to publish your project under your name and company name respectively. It is therefore advisable to ensure that all submissions are fully approved by your organisation before applying
  • Decisions of the jury are final and may not be disputed. The jury will adhere to our award guidelines
  • No applications for the Enterprise Business Collaboration Award will be considered after the deadline September 21, 2018

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!