We’re back to recognize and celebrate more excellent performances across the cloud technology ecosystem.
Nominations are now open for the Digital Revolution Awards 2022, offering a new opportunity to celebrate the very best individuals and businesses in the global cloud ecosystem.
We launched in 2020 with the intention of showcasing the outstanding work being done across the cloud industry. Our first-ever virtual ceremony took place in February 2021, and saw both cloud professionals and organizations commended for making a positive impact on the way we work, live, and build our future using cloud technology.
This year, we’ll recognize cloud excellence across the following categories:
Founded and organized by cloud talent solutions firm Tenth Revolution Group, the awards will once again be delivered in partnership with leading organizations across the cloud space; watch this space for more details!
The 2021 awards were supported by a wide range of leading businesses and groups from across the digital technology space, including IBM, Barclays Women in Technology, SumUp, Copado, Brown Girl, Tech World, and Code First Girls.
Nominations will remain open until September 30th 2021. Nominations are open to the public; anyone may submit a nomination either for themselves or their own business or on behalf of someone else. Shortlists will be announced on December 6th 2021, with winners revealed in a virtual awards ceremony on February 25th 2022.
Once again, our awards ceremony will be hosted by author and entrepreneur Maxine Nwaneri.
A panel of independent, cloud expert judges to be announced in the coming months will review each nomination and score each finalist individually. Last year’s judging panel featured more than 25 professionals from leading cloud organizations such as AWS, Salesforce, IBM, Barclays Investment Bank, Aviva, KPMG UK, Belle Fleur, entero AG, DWP Digital, The Equity Foundation, ISG, Project F, Natterbox, and Fortinet.
“We were thrilled with the success of the first-ever Digital Revolution Awards earlier this year, and we can’t wait to get to work on the next event,” said Kashif Naqshbandi, CMO at cloud talent solutions firm and awards organizer Tenth Revolution Group.
“Cloud technology will play a big part in helping us bounce back from such a difficult time. I’m looking forward to hearing from the cloud industry about their successes and achievements, and once again highlighting the outstanding efforts of our peers.
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