BJSS has been shortlisted for the UK IT Awards 2013 in the ‘Project Excellence: Big Data Project of the Year’ category for its work with the public sector.
Since signing up to the G-Cloud framework in Feb 2012, BJSS has been awarded several projects in the public sector including the re-engineering of Spine2 for the NHS Connecting for Health and working with the NHS to re-develop its e-Referral Service.
The BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards are a platform for the entire profession to celebrate best practice, innovation and excellence. David Clarke MBE, Group Chief Executive Officer of the Institute, says: “On behalf of the Chartered Institute for IT I’d like to congratulate this year’s finalists. They showcase not only the innovation and the professionalism of those working in IT, but also demonstrate the importance of IT in delivering business and social benefit.”.
Glynn Robinson, BJSS Managing Director says “We are thrilled to be short listed for these prestigious awards. We have a heritage of delivering enterprise-scale IT solutions to a wide-range of market sectors and it was this experience combined with our BJSS Enterprise Agile Methodology that has enabled us to partner so successfully with IT teams in the public sector. We are particularly proud to be playing such a key role in helping government bodies with their biggest and most valuable IT assets. Being selected as a Project Excellence finalist is a strong testament to that.”.
Stuart Sumner, Editor of Computing adds: “Computing would like to congratulate the finalists. It’s great to see such a wide range of industries represented, highlighting the fact that IT is truly embedded throughout business, and our society.”.