BtL and CityFibre are the proud sponsors of the Award for best use of Technology, at the Thames Valley Busness Magazine Awards in November 2017.

CityFibre and BtL, the pioneers of the full-fibre Gigabit City project in the Thames Valley, are delighted to help recognise the region’s best use of technology at the 2017 Thames Valley Business Magazine Awards.

The Thames Valley is Europe’s Tech Valley, home to an impressive array of digital, tech and IT businesses, from innovative SMEs through to blue chip, multi-nationals.

The Best Use of Technology award is open to businesses of any size, and recognises both the users and developers of technology, with judges seeking those businesses which can best demonstrate the following:

  • An innovative approach to the application of technology
  • Demonstrable improvement in customer service experience as a result of technology
  • Significant reductions in the operational cost and overheads associated with technology systems

“CityFibre’s full-fibre network in Reading, Bracknell, Slough, and Maidenhead underpins technological innovation across the Thames Valley, through elite-level, gigabit speed Internet connectivity. As the founding partner of the project in the region, we’re passionate about technological evolution and are keen to reward businesses that use the Internet to push the boundary of what tech is capable of,” said Rob Lamden, managing director of BtL.

The Thames Valley boasts some of the most dynamic and successful companies in the UK. It remains the cauldron of the country’s high-technology industries, the home of many manufacturing companies and a base for a wide variety of excellent service and professional organisations.

The Thames Valley Business Magazine Awards  (#TVBMA) is open to every company in the Thames Valley area and recognises not only profitability, innovation and employment but also the contribution made to the local economic community and the provision of support to culture and charities in the region.

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