The UK IT Industry Awards are the most prestigious accolades in the technology sector and celebrate the role of the IT team: the positive impact it has on business and the wider world. As a brand, we champion that, and the UK IT Industry Awards are there to recognise and promote the teams, brands, products and individuals who are creating a better world through technology.
This live webinar will give you a chance to ask some of the judges of the UK IT Industry Awards questions about what makes a good submission; what to include in your entry; and what to avoid in order to help you maximise your chances of success on the night.
Also joining us on the panel is 2019 winner Ancoris who will tell us what it was like to win 2 awards on the night, and how winning has helped their brand.
I am responsible for finding ways to improve internal performance and productivity as well as inform our customers about the art of the possible with Google Cloud.
I joined Ancoris in 2010, having previously been Commercial Program Manager, Emerging Markets for Cisco. Former roles include senior marketing management roles at Nortel, Peak Technologies, Requisite and AST Computer (now Samsung).
I have a degree in Modern Languages from Université d’Angers in France where I grew up and fell in love with the English language. When I am not at work, I love socialising and leisure sailing (ideally in warm climates!).
Matt Sharp is a Partner of RLB in the UK and Chief Digital Officer. Matt joined RLB in 2020 and has responsibility for strategy, project delivery and day to day service operations for digital, data and technology products and services in the UK.
Matt has over 15 years of IT leadership experience gained through complex digital transformation projects delivered across Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the United States.
Matt has broad industry knowledge across retail, telecommunications and industrial services whilst also bringing construction and built environment digital solutions knowledge from IT leadership roles he has held working for consultancy and public and private sector client organisations.
From his studies at Loughborough University, Matt has a Bachelor of Engineering degree in the field of Manufacturing Engineering and holds a Master of Science degree in Finance & Management.
Matt is a Chartered Fellow of the British Computing Society (BCS) and represents his professional body on the Construction Industry Council. Matt has been a judge for the UK IT Industry Awards since 2017.