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Annature wins Stevie Gold and Silver Awards in Asia Pacific


The eSigning platform chosen for Australian business Anatura, announced today that its founder and CEO Amrita Abbott (pictured) has been awarded the Grand Stevie Award as the highest nomination in the field of innovation management. Annature also received two awards for innovation at the Asia Pacific Stevie® Awards 2022, including a gold award for its eSigning platform and Amrita Ebat’s silver award for innovation management, business products and services – up to 100 employees.

Anatura is Australia’s leading eSigning solution with integrated digital signature, authentication and payment platform built on blockchain technology. Annature was founded by Amrita Abat in 2020 and delivers a complete digital transaction management (DTM) solution certified to ISO 27001.

The Stevie Awards are widely regarded as the world’s leading business award. This year, more than 900 nominations from organizations in the Asia-Pacific region were considered.

The Stevie Awards Asia Pacific is the only business award program that recognizes innovation in the workplace in all 29 countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

“We are delighted with this recognition,” Amrita Abat said. “We have a complete process of electronic signature, identification and payment – all our data is stored in Australia.”

“We built the Annature based on a very secure blockchain model to ensure 100 percent trust in our electronically signed documents. Thanks to our innovative technology, our customers have a comfortable experience, and it’s fantastic to see the level of excitement we’re causing in Australian businesses. ”

The gold, silver and bronze winners of the Stevie Award were determined by the average scores of more than 100 executives around the world who served as judges.

Amrita has another reason to celebrate – she has not only won a silver award for innovative management in the business products and services industry – with up to 100 employees she has also been awarded the Grand Stevie Award. This is not an award you can apply for, it is determined by a points system based on the total number of awards received in the competition.

Now Amrita is either at the helm or on the board of a dynamic ecosystem of impressive many tech organizations.

“I am personally pleased to see the recognition of my approach to innovation,” she said.

Amrita Ebat is an award-winning entrepreneur behind NowInfinity, the industry-leading platform that has provided cloud products to more than 2,000 accounting firms. It was sold to Class Limited (ASX: CL1) on the ASX list in 2020 for $ 25 million.

“The idea of ​​creating the Annature was to help business owners reduce their costs. We have built it based on accelerating and enhancing better technology, interoperability and richer features to enhance customer satisfaction. Annature is easier to use, can be easily integrated, but the only thing that does not increase is the price – as a growing number of companies, “- she says.

“The organizations that won this year have demonstrated that they continue to innovate and succeed despite the COVID-19 pandemic. We commend them for their perseverance and creativity, ”said Stevie Awards President Maggie Miller.

On Wednesday, June 29, 2022, the winners will be celebrated during a virtual (online) award ceremony called Stevie translated from the Greek word “crowned”.


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