AVEVA wins UK tech award for Tech Innovation of the Year
Mon, 25 November 2013
AVEVA announced today that it has won the coveted UK tech award for tech innovation of the year from an impressive field of technology companies in the software, manufacturing and engineering sectors. The award was presented during the first UK tech awards at the Lancaster Hotel in London on 20 November, which was attended by leaders from throughout the UK technology industry.
The tech innovation of the year award was given to AVEVA for the release of its new AVEVA E3D Insight app and was chosen by a voting panel consisting of experts in technology and finance. According to the winning criteria, the tech innovation of the year award is granted in recognition of outstanding success in the commercialisation of new technologies.
“We are honoured to receive the UK tech innovation award amongst such a strong group of finalists. The global team at AVEVA consists of brilliant, dedicated individuals whose hard work ensures that we maintain our technology leadership and it’s an honour to be recognised by our peers”, said Richard Longdon, CEO, AVEVA. “The release of AVEVA E3D Insight was a major achievement for AVEVA. We are leading our market with this exciting new Windows 8.1 app and it provides tremendous value for our customers. I was absolutely delighted to accept the tech innovation of the year award on behalf of the entire AVEVA team.”
AVEVA E3D Insight enables project decision makers in the power, process plant and mining industries to view and approve AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D) designs from a mobile tablet device. For the first time ever it is possible for a worker on a construction site to contribute directly to an evolving 3D plant design. AVEVA E3D Insight demonstrates AVEVA’s commitment to anticipating and meeting changing customer requirements by offering the ability to inspect, comment upon, and approve designs at any time, from anywhere around the world.
The UK tech awards celebrate the success, reward the achievement and raise the profile of the UK tech community. The event has evolved from the very successful techMARK Awards, sponsored by PwC, which concerned only quoted tech companies and which had been held for 13 consecutive years since the launch in 2000. The UK tech awards are positioned to broaden the tech universe and includes not only publicly quoted “techMARK” companies but also AIM tech companies and fast growing and innovative private tech companies. http://www.uktech-awards.co.uk/