ScotlandIS, the membership and cluster management organisation for Scotland’s digital technologies industry, has today unveiled the shortlist for its 2019 Digital Technology Awards.
The awards celebrate the wealth of talent and innovation in Scotland’s world-class digital technologies industry. This year the awards received an even greater number of entries from a diverse range of companies, reflecting the strength of the sector.
The judging panel included experts, champions, and influencers from across the digital technology industry.
Polly Purvis,chief executive of ScotlandIS, said: “We are a small country with outstanding capabilities reflected in the diversity and innovation of the companies on the shortlist.
“We’ve received entries from so many exciting companies who are growing, and developing new products and services in response to the opportunities created by the pace of change in the digital world, creating tough choices for the judges. The continued success of the industry is reflected in the awards, which highlight the wealth of opportunities available to those considering a career in this vibrant sector. ”
There are 11 trophies available this year including: Digital Technology Business of the Year, Cyber Security Initiative and the Culture & Leadership Award.
The 2019 finalists are:
Best New Product or Service
Innovation within the Public Sector
BJSS with Disclosure Scotland
Scottish Government CivTech® Programme
Best Training Programme
The Data Lab
Cyber Security Initiative
Transformational Innovation Through Data
Culture & Leadership Award
Amazon Development Centre Scotland
Digital Agency of the Year
Emerging Digital Tech Business of the Year
MyWay Digital Health Limited
Wobbegong Technology Ltd
Small – Medium Digital Tech Business of the Year
Large Digital Tech Business of the Year
This year’s sponsors are Bright Purple Resourcing, Cathcart Associates, Head Resourcing, SOTI, and The Data Lab.