Entries for the Computing Digital Technology Leaders Awards 2017 will close on Friday, with pioneering technology leaders, development teams and companies urged to get their entries in on time.
There are a total of 27 categories and the Awards will be held in London on Thursday 6 July 2017.
- Chief Digital Officer of the Year;
- Digital Team of the Year;
- Development Team of the Year;
- Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality Project of the Year;
- Young Digital Professional of the Year;
- Internet of Things Project of the Year; and,
- Best Large Enterprise Digital Project.
Last year's winners include
- Watchfinder & Co, which was judged Development Team of the Year, just ahead of UCAS;
- Cancer Research UK, which won Digital Team of the Year, just ahead of Liverpool Victoria; and,
- The Chief Digital Officer of the Year was Aaron Powell, CDO at NHS Blood and Transplant.
There were also awards targeted at SME organisations, with Breaking Blue winning the award for Best Place to Work in Digital: SMEs, and Analysis Technologies winning the Small-to-Medium Digital Project Award ahead of finalists Coupa, DiscountVouchers.co.uk, Schnell Solutions, Treatwell and Virgin Active.
The Young Digital Professional of the Year was Paul Cussell, head of digital at Breaking Blue Research.
Computing's Big Data and IoT Summit 2017 and the Big Data and IoT Summit Awards are coming on 17 May 2017.
Find out what construction giant Amey, Lloyds Banking Group, Financial Times and other big names are doing in big data and the Internet of Things.
Attendance to the Summit is free to qualifying senior IT professionals and IT leaders, but places are strictly limited, so apply now.
AND on the same day, Computing is also proud to present the Big Data and IoT Summit Awards, too. See the finalists - and secure a table for your team at the Awards - now:
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