Inhouse Group CEO Clinton House has been awarded an ACS National Digital Disruptor Award in Sydney last week, giving him an impressive set of trophies this year.
The Australian Computer Society named him as its ICT Consultant of the Year, in recognition of the creativity and positive disruption of Inhouse Group’s real-world visitor analytics platform iinsights.
This accolade caps off a notable year for Clinton, who recently won the 2015 WA Benson Entrepreneur of the Year, WAiTTA/INCITE Entrepreneur of the Year and WA Innovator of the Year awards. He said:
“It’s humbling and extremely gratifying to be recognised alongside some of the best and brightest minds in the Australian ICT sector.
Our vision is to enable smart retail and placemaking. At Inhouse Group we saw the potential of visitor analytics years ago and my dedicated team have been working hard on this for six years, so it’s validating to see the platform’s industry- spanning applications gaining national recognition.”
iinsights brings internet-style visitor analytics to the offline world, providing the hard data needed to understand exactly when, where and how people interact with brick-and-mortar locations. It has been described as “google analytics for offline stores”.
Clinton is a regular at some of the startup meetups in Perth, so we got his take on the community here:
“Perth has a vibrant and growing technology sector fuelled by innovation and disruption and iinsights is a product of that ecosystem.”
“I’m extremely proud of the WA heritage of Inhouse Group and believe the collaborative and inclusive approach to business is a prime driver behind the recent success and national recognition of the sector.”