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T-Systems confirms sponsorship of the UK Cloud Awards 2018
Leading global IT services provider T-Systems announces sponsorship of the awards celebrating UK cloud excellence
T-Systems, the leading vendor of ICT and digital services for multinational corporations and public sector institutions has confirmed its sponsorship of this year’s UK Cloud Awards. The awards, which are now in their fifth year of operation, and was set up by industry body Cloud Industry Forum (CIF) and Cloud Pro to celebrate innovation, business transformation and excellence in the UK cloud market.
With a footprint in more than 20 countries and 37,900 employees globally, T-Systems delivers cloud, digital and network services to companies in a wide variety of industries including manufacturing, transport and logistics, fast moving consumer goods, oil and gas, utilities, as well as public institutions. The portfolio and expertise of T-Systems focuses on Cloud, Dynamic SAP and SAP HANA (S/4HANA), Networks and Connectivity, Automotive Solutions, Security and Internet of Things.
T-Systems will be sponsoring the projects categories at the awards, which include Best Public Sector Project, Best Private Sector Project (SMB) and Best Private Sector Project (Enterprise) and most Innovative Emerging Technology.
Entries are now closed, and the shortlist and winners have been agreed by a panel of twenty-five highly-regarded independent judges, including head judge, CIF’s deputy chair Frank Bennett, Cloud Pro’s Editor, Maggie Holland, Max Cooter, and Dr. Lucy Green. The award shortlist has just been announced and the winners will be declared at a ceremony at London’s County Hall on 16 May 2018.
Mark Turner, VP IT Delivery at T-Systems, said: “We are very pleased to be able to support the UK Cloud Awards, given its role in cultivating innovation and excellence within the industry. Cloud computing is the cornerstone of digital transformation, and fundamental to all of the upcoming technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and IoT. We are particularly looking forward to the talent in the project categories, and seeing the ways others in the Industry are advancing UK Cloud Services with their Products, Projects and Offerings to their own customers.”
Alex Hilton, CEO of the Cloud Industry Forum, added: “T-Systems has been a long and active member of the Cloud Industry Forum, and we have seen first-hand its powerful contribution to the UK cloud market. The UK Cloud Awards has gone from strength to strength each year, and this would not have been possible without the support of organisations like T-Systems. The company has helped countless organisations embrace this new era of technology, which is why their sponsorship of the project categories couldn’t be more appropriate.”