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Daily Monitor has landed itself two nominations (Digital Brand of the Year and Best Corporate Brand on Social Media)in the inaugural Digital Impact Awards Africa (DIAA) that will take place on August 22.
Under the theme, “Maximizing the Digital Dividend” the awards seek to recognize and appreciate different organisations that are spearheading the use of digital mediums, and Daily Monitor is obviously one of those.
www.monitor.co.ug is ranked by Alexa.com as the most visited local website in Uganda with millions of unique visitors a month.
“The DIAAs will hold and#034The Digitals Conferenceand#034 that will enable key stakeholders to share ideas on innovation and best practices including for cybersecurity, e-services(health, education, government), financial services, social media, Big Data, Internet of Things and digital enabled communications,” a statement on the awards official website reads.
The Awards Jury and Research Panel comprise people with extensive knowledge and experience in ICT roles such as entrepreneurs, innovators, academic, consultants, policy makers and thought-leaders.

See full nomination list below:
Digital Brand of the Year
1 Airtel Uganda
2 Centenary Bank
3 Daily Monitor
4 MTN Uganda
5 The New Vision
Best Corporate Brand on Social Media
1 Airtel Uganda
2 Bukedde
3 Daily Monitor
4 MTN Uganda
5 NTV Uganda
6 The New Vision
Fastest Growing Corporate Brand on Social Media
1 Bell Lager
2 Centenary Bank
3 Club Pilsner
4 Huawei Uganda
5 NBS Television
6 The Observer
7 The Red Pepper
8 WBS Television
Best Government Agency on Social Media
1 URA
2 Bank of Uganda
3 KCCA
4 NSSF Uganda
5 Uganda Police Force
Best Corporate Cyber security Practice
1 Bank of Uganda
2 DFCU Uganda
3 Standard Chartered Bank Uganda
4 URA
Best Corporate Digital Marketing Campaign
1 Airtel Uganda Cranes Together We Can
2 CokeStudioAfrica The world’s ours video contest
3 MTN Egg Hunt
4 Smart Telecom: Give Us a name
Best Corporate Website
1 Bank of Uganda
2 Centenary Bank
3 DFCU
4 MTN Uganda
5 NSSF
6 Orange Uganda
7 Smile Uganda
8 Stanbic Bank Uganda
9 Uganda Telecom
Best Digital Financial Service
1 Airtel Money
2 Centenary Bank E-banking (CenteMobile,PC Banking Services)
3 MTN Mobile Money
4 Stanbic Bank Uganda E-banking (Internet Banking, Mobile Banking)
5 Standard Chartered Bank 24hrs Banking (Online Banking, Mobile Banking, VISA Cards)
Best Digital Financial Service Innovation
1 Payments- Airtel Uganda and Total Uganda
2 Bulk Payments – Beyonic – http:beyonic.com
3 JPESA- http:www.jpesa.comen
4 Life Care Insurance MTN Mobile Money, AON and Jubilee
5 Mobile Bulk Payments Solution- Airtel Money and Barclays
6 Money Transfer – Remit Uganda – https:remit.ug
7 Money Transfer – Yo Payment https:ayments.yo.co.ug
Best E-Service
1 URA E-TAX
2 AAR Health Services
3 National Water – E-Water Payment System
4 NSSF Uganda – GO SMART – E-Service
5 TCMG Uganda
Best E-Commerce
1 http:www.cheki.co.ug
2 http:www.eyetrade.ug
3 http:www.hellofood.ug
4 http:www.jumia.ug
5 http:www.kaymu.co.ug
6 http:www.olx.co.ug
Best Mobile App
1 BodaPay
2 Mafutago
3 Matatu
4 NBS News App
5 The New Vision News App
6 The Pearl Guide – Experience Premium Uganda
People’s Choice Video Commercial of the Year on YouTube
1 Meet Mr. Money
2 MTN Oh, the things you’ll learn.
3 Orange Uganda TOKOTA
4 Riham
5 Uganda Telecom Airtime for life

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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