Sector 5 Digital and Mavenir Take the Win
at the 2022 Vega Digital Awards
The 2022 Vega Digital Awards: Season 1 has come to a close, with its jury announcing the official list of winners after much deliberation was given. Over 1,500 submissions were entered into the competition from 24 countries, demonstrating the influence of the awards in honoring excellence in the digital industry.
This year, Sector 5 Digital was named a Centauri Winner for the Virtual Customer Experience Platform (VCEP) experience we created for Mavenir. We are extremely proud of our team and their continuation to create award-winning experiences for our clients.
About the Vega Digital Awards
The Vega Digital Awards is hosted by the International Awards Associate (IAA), which oversees a series of award competitions to honor worldwide professional excellence. “As the world progressively reopens itself to travel, ushering in yet another age of change, we are delighted to see digital professionals thrive in these times,” Thomas Brandt, the spokesperson of IAA remarked. “With the level of competition we’ve seen, we are excited to see what the future has to bring.”
IAA upholds impartiality in its judging process by onboarding jurors from an array of industry professionals, whose works exhibit high standards of excellence. Paired with strict assessment criteria, the competition ensures that only the best of the best are named as winners.
A total of 21 jurors were inducted, from 10 countries. These professionals are esteemed individuals within their own industries, and belong to leading digital enterprises, such as Executive Creative Director of LevLane Martin Bihl, Associate Creative Director of ANOMALY Joaquin Lynch Garay, Film Director of MichaelWong Films Michael Wong, Principal Engineer of Verizon Harish Srigiriraju, Creative at Mother New York Kushal Birari, Creative Director of Beamy Ronn Lee, Creative at Snap Inc. Yeon Sang Yoon, and etc.
Every single entry was assessed using standards found within their respective industries to ensure impartiality. Furthermore, blind judging is exercised, whereby jurors assessed each entry purely on its own merits.