Cora Systems has been shortlisted for the “Best Public Sector Project” award for the 2018 National Technology Awards. It has been nominated for our implementation with Derbyshire NHS Foundation Trust. Cora provides a single repository for all of Derbyshire’s information regarding its portfolio of projects – how projects are performing in terms of finance, quality or in terms of time.
This is the second year of the annual National Technology Awards program. It rewards pioneers of technology and encourages excellence. The award winners – which include six categories and one honorary nomination, the Distinguished Contribution to Project Management – will be announced at a gala dinner and ceremony on Thursday, 17 May 2018 at The Waldorf Hilton, London. Cora Systems has been shortlisted with six other companies in its category: CityVerve; Connect; Draper and Dash; DWP – Searchlight; DWP Digital – Social Intranet; Dxw.
“It’s an honor to be shortlisted for such a prestigiousaward and we’re glad that we can share the acknowledgement with one of our customers, Derbyshire NHS Foundation Trust. It endorses the innovative work we’ve done together. They’re seen tangible benefits in the way they are now able to manage their project portfolios,” said Philip Martin, CEO, Cora Systems.
About National Technology Awards
The National Technology Awards celebrate the pioneers of new technology, focusing on innovation in areas such as finance, travel, gaming, IoT and analytics. Winning entries come from those companies and organizations who have made outstanding technological contributions across a variety of sectors. For more information, visit: www.nationaltechnologyawards.co.uk.