Experience is everything. Your awards program entrants should enjoy your entry experience and have a positive interaction with your brand and your program. Why? Because a user-friendly and personalised awards experience can increase submissions, improve submission quality and set your program apart.
An online gallery of entries is a great way to promote your program and attract more entrants, top-notch judges and sponsors.
At Award Force, we run 100% remotely. We’ve been doing so for almost seven years now, and not planning on changing any time soon. Not only do we love working remotely, but it also an action we take in alignment with one of our values: environmental sustainability.
Award Force was recently named the world’s best awards management software for the second straight quarter by G2 Crowd. Here’s six reasons why.
It’s our seventh birthday..plus more great news and a reminder on the importance of recognition.
Award Force is a perfect choice for any academic institution wanting to move beyond Word documents, online forms or paper submissions.
You likely want to make it as easy as possible for your entrants to log into your awards program. Here’s how a SAML integration can help your entrants login quickly and easily.
Your judges bring expertise and knowledge to the table, adding precious value to your program’s reputation and outcomes. But when it comes to judging entries, subjectivity can be a risk – your judges are human, and from time to time are subject to bias and conflicts of interest.
If you’ve ever managed an awards program manually, you know just how time-intensive the whole process can be. Here are 10 features we think every awards manager should use to save time.
Feedback is an important tool for any performance evaluation – and awards programs are no different. But how you offer it, the language you use and the method used to present it is important. Learn more.
An awards program wouldn’t be complete without badges and certificates. In Award Force, it’s easy to create aesthetic badges and certificates easily and make sure they are distributed at the right time and to the right entrants.
This year, we’ve all experienced a massive shift in business: the office cubicle turned into home office; live physical events turned virtual. But one thing we’ve learned – a live virtual judging experience can be better than a physical event. Here’s why.
Entries open is an exciting period for your awards program. It is the culmination of a lot of upfront work, weeks of planning, communication and program promotion. But, how can you keep all the entries organised? Enter, tags!
Award Force Product Manager Rachel Martin shares some insights on why Review Flow is one of her favourite product features.
As we like to say, time is our most valuable possession, which is why it’s now more important than ever before to cut down on the clutter and maximise the efficiency of your awards program.
At Award Force, we understand how valuable your brand can be. It’s why we put so much emphasis on creating and maintaining a contest management platform that places your brand in its best light. Here’s what we have to offer your brand.
Our product team has been busy creating an improved entry form builder to help your program increase submitted entry volume and offer your participants the best possible experience. Here’s what’s new.
With so many features and functions in the Award Force toolbox, we want to break down a few of the most popular (and used!) automations you can create in your awards program to save heaps of time.
For everything, there is a season. And that includes the lifecycle of an awards program. When your program is in the off-season, or perhaps even paused due to global uncertainties, it doesn’t mean your program has to stop completely. In fact, the off-season for your awards program is an important season in its own right.
The show must go on. Now, more than ever, it is essential that we continue to recognise the achievements around us. And it’s completely possible to still hold that awards gala. Here’s how to do it, virtually.