ComputerCorp demonstrated its smarts by recording the highest company average IQ at the recent "Know IT All" online challenge.
The event was part of this year's IT Fund for Kids fundraising initiative for the Starlight Children foundation.
According to the charity, a total of 250 people took part in the online IQ test. Microsoft Australia had the most participants, and Macquarie Bank's Miranda Hunt recorded the highest overall score.
To coincide with the competition, the charity also held an industry dinner and quiz on April 1. Dimension Data was the top scoring company on the night, while Integrated Research, KAZ and Microsoft tied for second place. More than $96,000 was raised for putting new Starlight Fun Centres in children's hospitals around the country.
IT companies and their employees can still sign up for the Putting IT Back campaign by donating a day's pay at www.itfundforkids.com.au. Those participating in the campaign so far include the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), Ambit, Business Objectives, Check Point Software, Cisco, Citec, Citrix, EMC, Gartner, Microsoft, Trend Micro, Verisign and Sun.