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The 2023 Digital Technology Awards shortlist showcases “The Magic of Tech” 

ScotlandIS, the cluster management organisation for Scotland’s digital technology industry, have today announced the shortlist for their 13th annual Digital Technology Awards

The awards showcase the enormous talent within the tech sector, celebrating individuals and organisations across the length and breadth of the country.  

This year saw an unprecedented number of nominations for the Unsung Hero category, aiming to recognise those that give up their own time and resources to give back to the community but don’t usually get the credit they deserve. Winners in the past have been nominated for supporting teachers advance their digital skills for the classroom, running coding clubs, running workshops to encourage girls into STEM, and more.  

The theme of the awards this year is “The Magic of Tech”, with several surprises to look forward to on the night. 

Karen Meechan, ScotlandIS CEO, commented: “I am continually astounded by the quality of the entries we receive and some of the fantastic success stories we hear from across our industry. 

“This year’s shortlisted companies highlight Scotland as a true leader of innovation and talent, helping to drive the growth of the sector, and I am delighted to celebrate their achievements.” 

The judging panel consisted of experts, champions, and influencers from across the digital technology industry. 

The finalists for this year’s Digital Tech Awards are: 

Tech for Good 

  • Citizens Advice Scotland 
  • Simul8 
  • WelcoMe 

Product/Service Innovation 

  • BR-DGE 
  • Farrpoint 
  • IbisVision 

Data Trailblazer 

  • BRIM: Business Resilience International Management 
  • Scottish Futures Trust 
  • 2i Testing 

Best Wellbeing at Work 

  • Calnex Solutions 
  • The Apprentice Store 
  • xDesign 

Public Sector Innovation 

  • Lenus Health 
  • Matter of Focus 
  • Scottish Futures Trust 

Digital Tech Business of the Year: Start-Up 

  • Blackwired 
  • Frontier Digital 
  • Proximo 3 

Digital Tech Business of the Year: Scale-Up 

  • Dayshape 
  • MRM Global 
  • QTV 

Digital Tech Business of the Year: Enterprise 

  • 2i Testing 
  • xDesign 

Unsung Hero 

  • Irina Preda, Dataify 
  • Robbie Ross, Converged Communication Solutions 
  • Tandy Nicole, Scottish Government 

The Digital Technology Awards 2023 take place on Thursday 18th May at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow. Tickets are now available to all the shortlisted companies and will be open to the public from Tuesday 28th March – visit our website to find out more. 

There are a variety of sponsorship options still available; if you are interested in showcasing your brand amongst the best and brightest of the industry, you can view our packages here and contact to discuss. 

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