The Diversity in Tech Awards are delighted to have BT as a sponsor for the 2020 awards ceremony. BT is the sponsor of the Digital Transformation Award. Here’s what BT had to say about their sponsorship of the Diversity in Tech Awards:
“BT is one of the world’s leading providers of communications services and solutions, serving customers in 180 countries. In Ireland, we operate globally and deliver locally, serving multinational corporations, indigenous exporters and public sector organisations in every segment of the Irish economy, as well as other major communications providers through our wholesale site. Our portfolio is a powerful combination of cloud services, global networking, IT integration, carrier voice and data services, contact centre solutions and professional security expertise, enabling customers to solve complex business communications requirements on a global scale. Our network and integrated solutions enable our customers (and in turn, their customers) to communicate, collaborate and connect easily and securely to the applications and data they need, no matter when they need them, and where they’re based.
The world is shrinking. Technology is bringing everyone closer, and as we become more connected the way we live and do business is changing dramatically. People expect more from the digital side of organisations than ever before. At BT Ireland, we help our customers navigate the transformational minefield. We make it secure, protecting customer information however or wherever it’s accessed. We make collaboration work for organisations employees, customers, suppliers and partners – everyone in their ecosystem, anywhere in the world. We are proud to celebrate those engaging in rapid experimentation that drives transformation and positive business outcomes by sponsoring the Digital Transformation Award at the 2020 Diversity in Tech Awards.”
The winner of the BT sponsored Digital Transformation Award is Anita Kishore of Think and Learn Pvt Ltd (Byju’s)