Directors Club United Kingdom are delighted to announce the finalists for the 2021 UK National Innovation Awards, an open competition for technology innovators worldwide.
The theme for the spring 2021 edition is technology innovations that improve Work From Home capability, productivity or experience.
Below are the finalists for each category in alphabetical order:
Remote Employee Productivity & Performance
Remote Workforce Management
Remote Access to IT Resources
Remote Team Communication & Collaboration
Remote Management of Customer Interactions
Remote Employee Experience & Wellbeing
Jon Snow, chairman of Directors Club United Kingdom and convenor of judges for the 2021 UK National Innovation Awards competition, offers congratulations to the finalists:
“Remote working from living rooms, kitchens, attics and garden sheds has enabled the UK to avoid a much deeper and more prolonged economic shock during the pandemic. The technologies that power and underpin this work from anywhere revolution deserve recognition and celebration.
“Congratulations to all the finalists and a big thanks to all the entrants. This competition has shown the depth of creativity out there in the tech universe. Key legacies of this pandemic will be more flexible and geographically diverse labour pools, more inclusive home-based work opportunities, and greater work-life balance.”
About the UK National Innovation Awards
The UK National Innovation Awards (the Nationals) were launched in 2016 by Directors Club United Kingdom to recognise technology innovations and their impact on customer experience, operational performance and employee engagement.
The Nationals are open to all technology developers worldwide, as long as their solution or product is available for purchase in the UK (directly or via resellers).
Past winners and finalists are celebrated permanently on our Honours Board.
Uniquely, our Judging Faculty is drawn from the leadership of the functions and divisions pertinent to each award category. Judges are also members of Directors Club United Kingdom.
We do not recruit judges from consultancies, suppliers, resellers or technology vendors.