It’s easy to accept payment for your awards entry through Award Force. And, now, with our newest feature, you can set prices based on how entrants respond to a form field.
In a world of constant distractions and dizzying content, video has the power to capture attention and leave lasting impressions about the messages and ideas you want to share. Here’s how you can incorporate it into your awards programs and contests.
We strongly believe all users should be able to use Award Force in the way that works best for them, which is why we continually update our software to comply with the latest Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
The Award Force judging leaderboard now shows an image thumbnail with each entry, making it easy to quickly distinguish between entries in a list.
An overview of the Award Force judging suite, some helpful tips, use cases and best practices on how to set up your awards program judging process for ultimate success.
We’re excited to let you know about an update to our popular Top Pick judging option, the perfect reviewing mode for when you have a large panel of judges who need to find consensus.
We’ve recently added two new languages to the Award Force platform: Danish and Norwegian.
Awards program growth is a huge motivating factor for many programs. Not only is entry growth important for programs that have an entry fee component––it’s important for those relying on sponsors and an incredibly useful indicator of the growing popularity of your awards.
Award Force was recently awarded the “Best Relationship” in awards management software by G2 Crowd for the third time, a distinction given for leading the industry in software support and client relationships.
Award Force was recently named the world’s best awards management software for the third straight quarter by G2 Crowd. Here’s six reasons why.