LONDON--(www.techsuccessawards.co.uk, a new initiative from leading technology news and advice site TechWeekEurope. TechWeekEurope’s Tech Success Awards focus on end user project success and celebrate outstanding achievements across the technology industry. Last year the first Tech Success awards honoured IT staff in the UK who created innovative projects that benefitted their organisations. Winners included Jaguar Land Rover, Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust (CHUFT), and a primary school in Cadoxton, Wales. All of them used technology in new ways that showed how IT can help any organisation perform better.)--This week sees the launch of the Tech Success Awards Website
Entries for the Tech Success Awards open on 1st May 2013. The new website details the winning projects in 2012, plus all the information companies need to enter in 2013, including the various award categories and criteria for submission. For more information please click here.
This announcement builds on two other recent TechWeekEurope initiatives focused on success. TechWeekEurope’s Tech Success Survey looks at the factors that are influencing IT success within companies and the important elements that help organisations to deliver Tech Success today. TechWeekEurope will take the findings from the Tech Success Survey to help shape the Tech Success Awards in 2013.
TechWeekEurope will also run regular surveys throughout 2013 across the countries that it operates in, looking at a variety of topics affecting IT Managers such as the challenging aspects of tech work and the top tech strengths needed to succeed within organisations. Any company that is interested in participating in the Tech Success Survey should click here.
And finally, TechWeekEurope will be sharing the results of the survey at its next Tech Club meeting. Primarily a networking event, Tech Club is an opportunity to get together with industry peers to talk about professional issues. Tech Club’s next event is due to take place in Central London on 17th April 2013 from 6.30 pm onwards. During the event the discussion, led by Peter Judge, editor of TechWeekEurope, will centre on what it takes to make IT projects stand out from the rest. If you are interested in attending please click here to register to the Tech Club first.
There are opportunities available for organisations to get involved, either becoming a partner or sponsoring the awards. For further information please contact email@example.com
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