UK Cloud Awards 2019 Launch For Organisations To Showcase their Achievements.22nd November, 2018
The UK Cloud Awards have launched this week in a flurry of excitement as the categories for the awards next May are announced alongside the judging panel for the event.
David Bentley our Managing Director at Cranford Group has a background of 18 years in the Cloud and Service Management markets offering extensive knowledge and insight.
He has recently contributed to VeriSM, a new approach to customer focused end to end outcomes through a blended approach to service management, in the digital era.
The first publication in the series has to date been published in over 50 countries globally.
David has a keen interest in how the right people can work in harmony with technology to deliver powerful results.
Our CloudBase sourcing model can be found here https://www.cranfordgroupuk.com/services/cloudbase/
It is against this backdrop that he has been honoured to be chosen as part of the judging panel for the 2019 UK Cloud Awards taking place in London.
Now in their 6th year the UK Cloud Awards were established to recognise innovation and excellence in the cloud industry. To keep pace with the changes within the industry, the Awards and categories have been further developed to represent the significant factors of growth in cloud innovation over the years.
The 2019 awards look to showcase and recognise the impact of AI/ML, DevOps and the increasing diversity of talent and the formation of ecosystems.
Entries are now open and cover categories representing the public and private sector, technology providers, MSP’s, software enterprises and many more organisations. There are a myriad of sought after accolades!
Who will win “best digital transformation project”, ’ best cloud platform” or “best cloud enabled end user experience”?
With past winners including ServiceNow, Deloitte, Workday, Freshdesk, Natterbox, Ensono and UK Fast the awards will attract the very best organisations wanting to share the ways they are innovating in the sector.
This is coupled with an eminent judging panel headed up by Cloud expert Jez Back. We are delighted to be involved. David can’t wait to learn more about the entrants, projects and products they have delivered.
Your entries must be submitted by 22nd February to be eligible.
You can find a full list of the categories you may wish to enter on the website here https://www.ukcloudawards.co.uk/ukcloudawards2019/en/page/home
You can read more on the launch of the awards at https://www.itpro.co.uk/cloud/32404/the-uk-cloud-awards-2019-are-open-for-business
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