Last evening we attended the EDP Awards, having been shortlisted for 'Breaking Boundaries' sponsored by Lovewell Blake. We were honoured to join Epos Now and Lintott Control Systems who were also shortlisted for the category.
Here's what the judges said about the finalists:
Developing Experts has broken geographical boundaries and used technology, innovation and ambition to disrupt the educational market. Already making an impact on schools, pupils and parents alike, the business aims to continue breaking boundaries while maintaining equal access to learning for all, as a core value.
In previous years Epos Now has been able to demonstrate the ability to break boundaries through its innovative and transparent pricing model. More recently it has broken into the US and started to use data, workflows and technology to improve not only its product but its customer service too.
Lintott Control Systems is a well-established business which demonstrates the need for successful businesses to embrace the use of technology to drive efficiency and client service. In a well-established market place it has been able to differentiate itself and break into a wider UK marketplace.
After an enjoyable evening with our host Murray Graham, we were delighted to win the category, having been identified as the company with the potential for greatest growth.
Developing Experts would formerly like to thank, our customers around the world, Lovewell Blake our sponsors and the Eastern Daily Press for creating an event which truely celebrates and spotlights Norfolk! As a result of the evening, we look forward to filming with Ben Burgess, Anglian Water the event sponsors and Lintott Control Systems who won the EDP Business of the Year!