Small Firms with Outstanding IT Skills Called on to Enter Awards
SMEs with exceptional IT skills have been called on to enter this year’s IT Industry awards run by the British Computer Society (BCS).
The awards are open to businesses of all sizes, and recognise firms that have demonstrated examples of IT excellence, including project-based and individual achievements.
There are 23 award categories this year, including IT consultancy of the year, green organisation of the year and small supplier of the year.
“Our awards highlight the importance of technology within today’s business environment, where IT plays an integral role from the board room to customer communications,” said BCS chief executive David Clarke.
“The awards generate a high level of media exposure in national, regional and trade publications, in print, broadcast and electronic media,” he added.
Businesses must complete an application form to enter the awards and pay a registration fee of £55. The deadline for entries is 1 August.
A panel of judges will select the finalists and winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in London in December.
Last year’s small-business winners included electronic records management firm CSW group, which won the SME organisation of the year award for demonstrating strong company growth in a difficult market.
- For more information about the awards and to order a registration pack visit the BCS website www.bcs.org/industryawards