Memset Shortlisted for Three Categories at the UK IT Industry Awards

Memset Shortlisted for Three Categories at the UK IT Industry Awards 

Surrey – United Kingdom – 9 September 2016, Memset, leading British SME supplier of cloud hosting services, is very proud to have been shortlisted in three categories in the 2016 UK IT Industry Awards.

The annual Awards organised and run by BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, and Computing, are a platform for the entire profession to celebrate best practice, innovation and excellence.

Memset have been shortlisted in three of the 25 categories that that focus on the contribution of individuals, projects, organisations and technologies that have excelled in the use, development and deployment of IT in the past 12 months. 

A British firm doing great things in the UK tech scene, Memset is proud to be in the running for Infrastructure Innovation of the Year, Small Supplier or VAR of the Year and Best place to work in IT 2016 awards.

Kate Craig-Wood, MD of Memset said: “Being shortlisted in these prestigious awards marks a huge achievement for us. We are a homegrown company really punching above our weight with high-security cloud hosting solutions comparable to US heavyweights and we’re proud to have fostered not only a great place to work but innovative cutting edge products for British businesses.” 

Paul Fletcher, Group Chief Executive Officer of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, said: “Congratulations to Memset for becoming a finalist in the 2016 UK IT Industry Awards. BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, is here to make IT good for society and the Awards are a major part of this. They showcase not only the innovation and the professionalism of those working in IT, but also demonstrate the importance of IT in delivering economic and societal benefit.”

Memset now face the second round of rigorous judging with a presentation & Q&A session in front of expert judges at the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in September. The winners will be announced at a prestigious ceremony on 16 November, at Battersea Park Arena.

Stuart Sumner, Editor of Computing adds: “I would like to congratulate the finalists. The UK IT Industry Awards are rigorously judged by a panel of peers and experts, and to be announced as a finalist really is a great achievement.”

The full list of finalists, plus details about the gala Awards evening on 16 November can be found at: www.bcs.org/industryawards 

 

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Posted September 2016 by Katie Olver