The UK IT Industry Awards 2016 - and the winners are…

Peter Gothard
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The UK IT Industry Awards 2016 - and the winners are…

It's all over for another year, but just who walked away with a coveted gong?

After another glittering UK IT Industry Awards, we hope you had your fill of drinks, dinner and sparkling comedic insight from Mr Josh Widdecombe.

If you couldn't be with us, or simply want to bask in the glory of your success all over again, here are the winners of the UK IT Industry Awards 2016 in full:

 

Best Place to Work in IT sponsored by Reed Technology
Anaplan (pictured below)

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IT Project Team of the Year sponsored by National Grid
BT

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IT Team of the Year sponsored by Egress Software Technologies
Yodel Delivery Network

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Services Company of the Year
Company85

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Small Supplier or VAR of the Year
DTP Solutionpath

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Business Analyst of the Year sponsored by North Highland
Donna Carey, Telefónica

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IT Apprentice of the Year sponsored by RITTech
William Murphy, IBM

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IT Manager of the Year
Kelly Francis, Belron International

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IT Service & Support Professional of the Year
Nazir Anwar, Lloyds Banking Group

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Security Professional of the Year
Edward Tucker, HMRC

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Young IT Professional of the Year sponsored by BT
Graham Newton National Grid

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Best IoT Project of the Year
Rentokil Initial with PA Consulting

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Best 'Not for Profit' Sector IT Project sponsored by Nationwide Building Society
The Office of the Committee for Home Affairs, States of Guernsey

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Best use of Cloud Services sponsored by Nationwide Building Society
Content Guru

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Big Data / Analytics Project of the Year sponsored by North Highland
AkzoNobel and Tessella

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Cybersecurity Project of the Year sponsored by BT
Nationwide Building Society

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Digital Project of the Year
HMRC

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Workplace Transformation Project of the Year
Melin Homes

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Business IT Innovation of the Year sponsored by IndigoBlue
Zizo Software

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Cloud Innovation Provider of the Year sponsored by Accenture Technology
Fairsail

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Infrastructure Innovation of the Year sponsored by Accenture Technology
Tegile Systems

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Mobile App of the Year sponsored by Nationwide Building Society
Specsavers

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Security Innovation of the Year sponsored by Accenture Technology
Pirean

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UK Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Nationwide Building Society
Darktrace

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CIO of the Year sponsored by North Highland
Mayank Prakash, Department for Work and Pensions

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