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The Won-ness of Things

19 Nov 2015

| Author: Rob Smith


The Won-ness of Things

At IndigoBlue we feel it’s important to show recognition for the excellent work from all of our team and all of our customers. So it is even more lovely when that hard work is recognised by winning awards.

Last year, we were delighted when our customer, the Design and Technology Council, won the Best Not-for-Profit Award at the Agile Awards and IndigoBlue was shortlisted as the Best Small Company at the Computing/BCS UK IT Awards.

This year, we are even more delighted.

award snip 4.pngThe YHA won the Best Not-for-Profit Project at the Agile Awards last week. Sharn Harrison and her team transformed the fortunes of the YHA with the Customer First programme and it is great to see the continuing benefits from the project.

Last night, we attended the BCS/Computing UK IT Awards. These are the largest and most prestigious IT awards, with hundreds of entrants from the biggest names from the industry, including IBM, Accenture and BT. So it makes it even sweeter that we beat them! The Cabinet Office and Metropolitan Police won the Best Not for Profit Award for the National Fraud Prevention Project, a massive success in minimising the use of fraudulent data. And Creative Skillset were runners-up for the Best Digital ProjectHiive – an innovative collaboration toolset for the creative industries.

Congratulations to everyone involved.

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Rob Smith

Joint founder of IndigoBlue in July 2002, Rob has over 20 years’ experience in IT, and in addition to leading the company he continues to provide strategic management consultancy to a number of clients.


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