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Vote now: Australia’s Most Innovative Companies

Published 27 November 2012 05:30, Updated 30 November 2012 04:55

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Vote now: Australia’s Most Innovative Companies

Janison is one of 30 companies identified by BRW and Inventium as the most innovative companies in Australia.

After one day of voting by the public for the People’s Choice Awards in BRW’s Most Innovative Companies list, Janison is in the lead with its online educational offering. Janison solved a problem of only being able to assess limited numbers of students at the same time by creating a cloud-hosted solution which means that 100,000 students can now be assessed simultaneously.

Janison is one of 30 companies identified by BRW and Inventium as the most innovative companies in Australia. The 30 companies will be profiled in the magazine and one company will walk off with the prestigious title of most innovative company.

To start the debate on which companies are innovative we’ve released the list of the top 30 here in alphabetical order with a chance for you the public to vote which one you think is the most innovative.

Blue Chilli with its innovative approach to launching start-ups is currently in second place while Australia Post’s 24/7 lockers is in third place.

There’s still plenty of time to vote however before the official judges’ decision is revealed in the 6 December issue of BRW.

Please note that the public voting here will not affect the judges’ decisions, but instead will allow us to announce a people’s choice at www.brw.com.au after the issue comes out.

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