In the ten categories below there are 100 fantastic organisations, innovations and individuals that deserve your vote. You can vote for as many of them as you like by clicking the "Tick" below each of them. So please be generous with your voting and let's encourage them all to even greater success by showing your appreciation for as many as you feel deserve your vote. Thank you for taking part.
Digital Leader of the Year
The Digital Leaders programme recognises the importance of Leadership in driving forward digital transformation in the UK. This award is for an individual whose actions in the past year have made them standout as a Digital Leader in the transformation of their sector.
Cyber Resilience Innovation of the Year
Moving public data to the cloud, the increasing number of cyber attacks and the need to develop new skills and systems within organisations as well as the “human factor” are all now high profile challenges to Cyber Resilience. This award is for a product or service, which in the last year has delivered a measurable impact or outcome in this area.
Fintech Innovation of the Year
The transformation of Public Services, charities and SMEs has been transformed by the creation of new financial products by the growing Fintech Sector. This award is for a product or service that in the last year that has been used to innovate or transform a public, private or non-profit service.
Cross-Sector Digital Collaboration of the Year
Increasingly solutions are not developed or delivered by one sector alone whether public or private, but require cross-sector collaboration. This award is for a digital product or service that in the last year has had a measurable impact and delivered real outcomes.or non-profit service.
Digital Council of the Year
Some of the greatest innovations in Digital Public Services have come from the Local Government Sector. This award recognises those Councils that over the last year have delivered measurable digital transformation either internally in their organisation or in the way they are providing their public servicesvice.
Digital Public Service Innovation of the Year
The Digital Transformation of Public Services in the UK remains a key part of the modernisation of Public Services from Central and Local Government; to Health and blue light services. This award is for a public sector product or service that has shown an innovative approach during the last year that has seen measurable impact and outcomes.
Digital Charity of the Year
The Charity Sector has been behind other sectors in embracing Digital Transformation despite the strong evidence of its benefits. This award is for charities or non-profit organisations who have in the last year demonstrated the transformative power of digital to change themselves or their services to their beneficiaries.
Mobile Innovation of the Year
More than half of all internet traffic now comes from mobile devices and increasingly from more than smart phones and tablets, such as wearables. Whether delivering public services or being the main source of connectivity for some in rural areas, innovation in the mobile sector continues to be the main platform for many digital transformations across all sectors. This award recognises innovation in a service or product that has had measurable impact on its target community.
The DL 100 Awards provide our sponsors with unique brand building opportunities among a wide network of leading businesses and individuals from across the digital landscape. As a sponsor, your company will be associated with excellence and innovation, boosting its profile within the industry and positioning your brand as a thought leader in the space. The DL 100 Awards would not be possible with out the generous support of our sponsors.
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Who are Digital Leaders?
Digital Leaders is an initiative that has created a shared professional space for senior leadership from different sectors promoting effective, long-term digital transformation. For more information on what we do, visit: http://digileaders.com/about/
What is the DL100 list?
How are the winners determined?
Who are the Judges?
Our Judging Panel is the DL Advisory Board. For the full overview of the panel, please visit: http://www.digileaders100.com/#judges
Can I contact the Judging Panel directly?
Unfortunately, our Judges are unable to discuss their judging decisions.
Are the awards for the organisations or individuals?
Who can vote?
How do I vote?
Can I vote for more than one entry in each category?
Yes. You can vote for as many of the 10 finalists in each category as you wish
Can I vote in more than one category?
Yes please. We encourage you to go through each the 10 categories and vote for everyone you feel deserves your support
How many times can I log on and vote?
Only one round of votes per person is allowed, but you can vote for as many of the list as you like.
When does the voting close?
The vote will close at 12 noon on Friday 9th June 2017.
What happens after I submit my vote?
You will receive an email confirmation thanking you for voting and your votes will be added together with everyone else and will count towards half the final score that puts the list into a final order.
Are votes anonymous?
When will the category winners be announced?
The top places in the list and the sector winners will be announced at an Awards Dinner on the 22nd of June at 10pm in Central London.
I have further questions about the DL100 list and Awards. Who do I contact?
For any further questions, please contact our Head of Events at Karolina.Daniuk@digileaders.com