Soltech IT have proudly been announced as the Winner of 'Innovation and Excellence' Award at the Corporate Live Wire Awards 2017
“Winning the ‘Excellence in IT Support Services, United Kingdom’ award marks a significant achievement for the company.” said Richard Sheppard, Managing Director, Soltech IT Ltd. “I would like to thank every member of our dedicated team for their hard-work and commitment in making Soltech IT a company to be proud of"
The Innovation & Excellence Awards give recognition to businesses that are leading the way in their respective industries. Past winners have included multinational organisations such as Google and Apple, as well as hardworking regional organisations.
An “overwhelming” number of nominations were received this year and the judging panel had the unenviable task of selecting those firms, teams & individuals within each category most worthy of an award.
All winners of the 2017 Innovation & Excellence Awards are subject to the same rigorous assessment criteria, carried out by Corporate Livewire’s experienced in-house professionals. This ensures that only the most deserving teams, businesses and individuals walk away with one of these prestigious accolades. Award winners will gain a place in a soon-to-be published awards winners’ guide, which will be distributed to over 500,000 businesses and professionals.
Leah Jones and Elizabeth Moore, Awards Directors of the Innovation & Excellence Awards Winners Guide, were simply thrilled with the calibre of this year’s winners. Leah said: “The Corporate LiveWire Innovation & Excellence award winners have not only proved to be resilient and creative but have also shown a willingness to adapt to the ever changing environment of their respective fields; attributes that have certainly been key to the winners’ exceptional performance and success.”
The Minister of State for Digital Matt Hancock said: “Our Cyber Schools programme aims to inspire the talent of tomorrow and give thousands of the brightest young minds the chance to learn cutting-edge cyber security skills alongside their secondary school studies. I encourage all those with the aptitude, enthusiasm and passion for a cyber security career to register for what will be a challenging and rewarding scheme.”
From those who register their interest, students (aged between 14-18) will be selected for the programme via a pre-entry assessment. Teachers and industry experts are also being encouraged to get involved and register their interest in working with the programme.
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This fantastic concept's primary goal is to reduce loneliness amongst children suffering from long term health issues, however, the idea can only be a positive for their education and social skills. The AV-1 robot, which is controlled by the child through an app, allows the child to join in from a hospital bed or sofa at home. The robot acts as the 'eyes, ears and voice' of the child, with a blinking light ti signal when they want to say something and the ability to turn 360' to see and speak to the whole class.
For more information check out the No Isolation website.