ATech’s owner and Managing Director Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann has been named a Finalist for the 2023 ARN Women in ICT Awards in the Entrepreneur category.
Starting out as a web developer in 2007, Ms Peterschlingmann has grown Brisbane-based ATech to become a leading mission-critical cloud hosting and web development company with multimillion dollar revenues.
ATech’s local and international client list includes airlines, banks, government bodies and organisations in the transport, ICT, real estate, construction and healthcare sectors.
This year WIICTA will house the largest celebration of female excellence within the technology channel across Australia.
Ms Peterschlingmann was among more than 390 nominations for the awards, spanning partner, telco, vendor and distributor businesses, as female accomplishment hits new heights in Australia.
Ms Peterschlingmann said, “I am delighted to be named a finalist for the ARN Women in ICT Awards.
“The Entrepreneur Award recognises an enterprising candidate with a risk-taking mentality, honouring excellence in launching new ventures, products or services. This individual has a proven background in building innovation from the ground up, evident through converting market-leading ideas into viable business offerings. It is a huge compliment."
The awards program honours the channel across eight categories:
5. Rising Star
6. Shining Star
8. Diversity & Inclusion Champion (company and individual)
“ARN congratulates Sarah-Jane Peterschlingmann on becoming a finalist in the Entrepreneur category,” ARN editor Julia Talevski said. “Once again the bar has been raised by countless examples of inspirational women leading the way in technology -- we are proud and privileged to be celebrating each and every one of them.”
The winners will now be selected by an executive panel of more than 170 industry judges, acknowledging creativity, innovation and excellence.
The winners will be announced at a celebration lunch on Thursday 25 May at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Sydney.