New categories which have been introduced include the best use of social media, the education and training prize to reward innovative uses of digital platforms, and a student award to recognise talent in Scotland's colleges and universities.
The entry deadline for the awards, organised by The Herald and with support from Enigma People Solutions, the Scottish Institute for Enterprise and Eureka Solutions, is Thursday, September 5.
Grant Gibson, digital innovation manager at the Herald & Times Group, commented: "This year we've tweaked the categories to reflect the evolving landscape."
David Mains, director of Enigma People Solutions said: "We're delighted to be involved as a sponsor to Scotland's premier Digital Business Awards for a fourth year. We're proud of our contribution in unearthing great talent for clients in the digital industry in Scotland and look forward to celebrating the amazing skill and creativity that has been demonstrated by the community in the past year."
Alistair Livingston, managing director of Eureka Solutions said: "As a key partner of NetSuite, the UK's #1 cloud ERP Software Suite, Eureka Solutions are happy to be involved with this year's Scottish Digital Awards. Eureka Solutions have had to grow and evolve as the digital landscape has changed and we are happy to support the Herald's recognition of Scottish businesses at the forefront of digital and online innovation."
Fiona Godsman, chief executive of the Scottish Institute for Enterprise said: "The awards are a great opportunity to showcase the fantastic potential of Scotland's innovative digital students. SIE are pleased to be supporting the student category."
For full details on how to enter, go to www.herald-events.com/digitalawards