We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been named a Finalist in the British Data Awards 2023. We have been shortlisted for not just one, but two categories- ‘BI Solution of the Year’ alongside our partners Economist Intelligence: EIU and ‘The Best Place to Work in Data’.

The British Data Awards is an annual quest to discover and celebrate data success stories. Organisations taking part this year range from FTSE 100 heavyweights, public sector pioneers, technology unicorns, fast-growing scale-ups, essential Not-For-Profits, and everything in between.

A record 226 entries were received this year which means that competition to be named a Finalist proved to be particularly tough, so we’re especially pleased to have made the cut in two categories.

Jason Johnson, Co-Founder of Predatech and British Data Awards judge said: “Judging the British Data Awards this year wasn’t easy given the high standard of entries. All our Finalists should be incredibly proud of their data success stories and for helping to showcase the best that the world of data has to offer. I look forward to celebrating your achievements in May.”

Jennifer Schivas, MD of 67 Bricks said: “It is always a fantastic honour to be recognised alongside other industry leaders for our work, and we are especially proud this year to have done this with our partners The Economist Intelligence Unit. Our work on Viewpoint has been a real highlight of the last few years, and we’re excited to see what we can achieve together next.”

The British Data Awards 2023 will announce Winners across some 22 categories. A number of Highly Commended awards will also be presented. This year, ‘Data for Good Initiative of the Year’ and ‘Innovation of the Year’ received the most entries categories. Other categories include ‘Data Leader of the Year’ and ‘Technology Company of the Year’, while new categories including ‘Climate Change Initiative of the Year’ were introduced to help showcase and celebrate the work of a diverse group of organisations.

The British Data Awards 2023 judging panel included:
Roshan Awatar: Group Director, Data & Analytics at Sky
Lynne Bailey: Chief Data Officer at KPMG UK
Neil Carden: CEO at Forth Point I A Blend360 Company
Dr Sophie Carr: Founder at Bays Consulting
Caroline Carruthers: CEO at Carruthers and Jackson
Christina Finlay: Director of Data & Analytics, Nest
Roxane Heaton: Chief Information Officer at Macmillan Cancer Support
Natalie Jakomis: Director of Data & Analytics at Rightmove
Jason Johnson: Co-Founder at Predatech
Natasha Lauer: Head of Marketing at Soda
Dr Jo Watts: CEO & Founder at effini

Finalists will be celebrated, and Winners announced, at an awards ceremony taking place in London on the 11th May.