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iAuditor punches up at app awards

SafetyCulture’s flagship product iAuditor has taken out two categories at San Francisco’s tablet app competition the Tabby Awards, the only app to win twice.

The Townsville company that could has won in Tabby’s Business categories’ “Data Access and Collection” and “IT or Business Tool”, beating out competitors like Citrix in the former. The win demonstrates global recognition for the workplace health and safety app, joining winners such as Adobe Ideas in the world’s only international tablet competition.

“We’re really grateful for the acknowledgement that such international awards brings, and our team certainly deserves it given the work they’ve put into this project,” CEO Luke Anear announced in a press release. “But the recognition that matters most is always the growing number of workers around the world using our technology to help send them and their co­workers home safely each day.”

Judges cited the app’s “clean, straight forward interface” and “extensive library of audits available” as reasons for the win. The public template library in particular speaks to the longevity of Anear’s company, as the “the world’s largest repository of inspection checklists” now boasts 45,000 contributions from industries ranging from aviation to child care.

For a full list of winners, check out lists as the Tabby Awards and the Tabby Awards/Business.

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