CDN Channel Elite Awards

FAQ

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Where can I preview the questions prior to initiating the submission process?

    Click here for the questions preview page of all categories

  2. Is there a cost associated with an entry?

    No, there is no fee to enter a submission(s).

  3. Can I email or mail my submission?

    No, all submissions must be received through our online submission system.

  4. What information about our submission(s) will you be disclosing to the public so we can get the necessary
    approvals from our respective clients?

    We do ask that each applicant provide a contact list of executives from within the company and at the customer site for verification and follow-up as required. However should the customer request that we do not use their name anywhere (print/online/event), we will not disclose that information.

  5. Can I make changes to my entry once it has been submitted?

    If you do not delete your browsing history you may return at a later date, make changes and re-submit. If you are not able to make changes through this process, please contact Penny Gianniotis at pgianniotis@itworldcanada.com

  6. Can we include with our submission additional supporting material?

    You could include additional materials by emailing them to Penny Gianniotis at pgianniotis@itworldcanada.com. Judging is based on the content of the online submission form.

  7. Can we submit the same solution in multiple categories?

    Yes

  8. Our solution was completed in December 2011 and invoiced in January 2012, can we still submit for this years
    award?

    No

  9. Our solution is currently being used by a company or department of 100 but will be used shortly by 300 seats.
    Are we eligible to submit within the Best Enterprise Solution?

    No, the solution must be used by 251 or more. This solution can be submitted in the Small Business Solution category. It can also be re-submitted for next years event, if it is part of a phased in approach.

  10. When we provide evidence of measurable improvements in sales/revenues, do we have to provide numbers
    in $, or we can show the improvement in?

    You can use either.