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InteliCare triple winner at prestigious national technology awards

Intelicare wins each nominated category and takes out overall category at national technology 2020 iAwards.

Company wins overall Victorian Government Inspiration Award and a $10k prize from a field comprising over 40 technology companies.

Winning multiple awards emphasizes the industry’s recognition of InteliCare’s leading proprietary platform and its measurable impact on the aged and disability care industries.

InteliCare Holdings Ltd (“InteliCare” or the “Company”) (ASX: ICR), an Australian technology company that has commercialised a subscription-based Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) product for use in the aged care and health industries, is pleased to announce it has won three peak-body industry awards and the overall $10k prize.

The 2020 iAwards is Australia's longest running and most broadly scoped innovation recognition program. It is presented by Australia’s peak technology body, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), and unearths, recognises and rewards excellence in Australian innovation.

InteliCare took at all its nominated categories, including the Not-For-Profit and Community Solution of the Year and Technology Platform Solution of the Year. The company culminated the event by winning the prestigious overall Victorian Government Inspiration Award from a field comprising over 40 technology companies, including some of the biggest names in research and technology.

The iAwards Program engages the most experienced and respected judges in the industry from a variety of backgrounds, such as C-level executives, entrepreneurs and capital raisers, commercialisation and productisation experts, academics, and technology subject matter experts. Significantly, each award category had independent judging panels, so winning multiple awards reflects the universal recognition of InteliCare’s unique proprietary platform and its measurable impact on the aged and disability care industries and Australia’s communities.

The win follows InteliCare taking out its two state categories in the Western Australian Information Technology and Telecommunications Alliance (WAITTA) INCITE Awards, as the entry point to the national iAwards.

The company will now compete at the annual Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Awards competition, where all entrants are winners from 16 member economies. It is regarded as a quality, prestigious and ‘best-of-the-best’ award and offers top innovators and technologies the opportunity to market on a global platform.

Jason Waller, CEO and Managing Director InteliCare commented:

“I am both humbled by this win and simultaneously immensely proud of the team for obtaining this national recognition across an elite field. To win one award was a thrill, to take out three, including the overall category was beyond belief. It’s a five-star review from some of the highest credentialed names in technology and independent validation of just how important our system has been to the lives of many people. "

Jason Waller, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, InteliCare Holdings Ltd, +61 1300 001 145 , investors@intelicare.com.au

About Intelicare Holdings Limited: InteliCare is an Australian technology company that has commercialised a commercialised a subscription-based product for use in the aged care and health industries. InteliCare believes Australians deserve to age with dignity and through its business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) solutions built on its proprietary internet of things (IOT) platform utilising smart sensors and artificial intelligence (AI), InteliCare aims to enable people to stay in their own homes for longer while empowering healthcare providers to deliver higher quality, more efficient services.
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