Communication software firm YUDU today announced that their flagship crisis communication platform, YUDU Sentinel, has been shortlisted for the award for Business IT innovation of the year in by the British Chartered Institute for IT (BCS).
These annual awards, collectively called the UK IT Industry Awards, are some of the most important in the UK software industry and help to identify the year’s most exciting innovations in technology.
Sentinel is among some ten other finalists, including AT&T, Vodafone and other blue-chip entrants in the “Business IT Innovation of the Year” sub-section, which recognizes excellence in business-related technology.
Speaking on the announcement of the finalists, YUDU CEO Richard Stephenson commented: Becoming a finalist is great recognition for the enormous hard work and innovation applied by our development team to create a world-leading solution. Sentinel was modelled on experiences from real crisis events and is now deployed keeping staff safer and informed and businesses significantly more resilient”.
Final judging will begin on the 22nd of September, and the winner will be announced after this date.
The British Chartered Institute for IT (BCS) is the UK’s leading association for IT professionals, as well as the oldest, being formed in 1957.
YUDU is a content delivery and communication software firm with over 10 years of experience in building apps and platforms for major clients such as the United Nations and General Electric or for professional services firms such as KPMG and Slaughter and May.
YUDU’s flagship product is YUDU Sentinel, a leading crisis management platform employed by firms of all shapes and sizes.
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