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The UK’s most ‘data excellent’ companies revealed
Posted on by Katie Hook
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Working at Experian I am constantly amazed by the many innovative ways we work with data, to find new and exciting solutions with our partners. If we can harness the power of data, and derive real value from it, it has the potential to make hugely positive changes to the way we all live and work. And there’s no doubt that organisations of all shapes and sizes are stepping up to meet the challenge, investing in technology and insight to move with the times.
With that in mind, I am delighted to be able to announce the finalists for Experian’s inaugural ‘Data Excellence’ award, part of this year’s Lloyds Bank National Business Awards.
This award is the first of its kind, and was designed by us to recognise organisations that are pushing the boundaries in this space, creating opportunities for people, businesses and society in the process. We’ve had some great entries and the final shortlist features some of the finest examples of those working at the forefront of data and analytics. It’s a diverse and dynamic group.
Data, innovation and technology has the power to change the world for the better and there’s no better way to demonstrate this than through real-life examples. The award shortlist showcases this perfectly. All our finalists have demonstrated the capacity to use data-driven solutions to not only deliver better outcomes for their customers, but embrace the opportunities presented by an ever-changing data landscape.
So, who made final shortlist?
- Center Parcs
- Cleveland Police
- Principality Building Society
- Zurich Insurance
The judges now face the difficult task of selecting a winner, someone what truly personifies data excellence. At Experian, we pride ourselves on our culture of continuous innovation, that’s why we are so excited to celebrate the UK’s most ‘data excellent’ companies at this year’s National Business Awards.
I’d like to wish all the finalist the very best of luck,
Tom Blacksell, Experian