IDC, the leading provider of market intelligence and advisory services, has revealed the winners and runners-up for the first-ever IDC Future Enterprise EMEA Awards.
The annual awards program spotlights technology buying organizations at the forefront of innovation, digital transformation, and operational excellence. This year’s program witnessed over 600 submissions from more than 15 industries.
The IDC Future Enterprise Awards serve as a platform for organizations to showcase their achievements in operating and investing to stay competitive in the digital business era. The Future Enterprise framework encourages the development of a digital-first culture by leveraging trusted industry ecosystems, generating revenue through empathetic customer experiences, and adapting to intricate customer requirements. These efforts are supported by a digital infrastructure that is intelligent, empowered, and well-connected.
Meredith Whalen, Chief Research Officer at IDC, commented on the awards, stating, “The organizations recognized in the first annual IDC Future Enterprise EMEA Awards have demonstrated the ability to successfully operate in the digital business era. The highlighted initiatives are clear examples of new business models that are excelling as digital businesses.”
The winners in various categories of the IDC Future Enterprise EMEA Awards are as follows:
Overall Winner: Green Cargo AB – Project Name: Digital Composable Enterprise
First Runner Up: Vodafone – Project Name: Vodafone Turns to LaunchDarkly’s Feature Management Technology for Increased Release Frequency, Improved Team Collaboration, and Better Production Reliability
Second Runner Up: Deutsche Bank – Project Name: Deutsche Bank Database Migration to On-Prem Cloud and Modernisation Initiative
Overall Winner: Henkel – Project Name: Driving Digital Transformation and Creating Leading Digital Solutions at Henkel Worldwide
First Runner Up: Koctas – Project Name: Artificial Intelligence Powered Automated Mobile Robot (AIPR)
Second Runner Up: AgeSa – Project Name: AgeSA Enterprise Agile Transformation
Overall Winner: Emirates Health Services – Project Name: Digital Integrated Healthcare Screening Program: Emirates Health Services, UAE
First Runner Up: BSH Home Appliances Group – Project Name: BSH AIM
Overall Winner: Research Computing Services, University of Cambridge – Project Name: University of Cambridge: Zero Carbon Future
Overall Winner: Emirates Health Services – Project Name: Use of Intelligent Algorithms for Analyzing Customer Sentiments and Driving Engagement Strategy
First Runner Up: Elsevier – Project Name: Driving Global Scientific Progress through Customer Experience Analytics at Elsevier
Second Runner Up: DHL Group – Project Name: Speech & Interaction Analysis
Overall Winner: DOST Digital Innovations Center – Project Name: “Labour and Employment” Subsystem
Overall Winner: Roche – Project Name: Roche Data Mesh Unlocks Data Insights at Scale with Self-Service Platform
First Runner Up: Emirates Health Services – Intelligence for Transformative Health – Project Name: Using Next-Gen Enterprise Data & AI Program “EHS Intelligence” for Transformative Health and Well Being in UAE
Second Runner Up: Bank ABB – International Bank of Azerbaijan – Project Name: ABB AI Factory
Overall Winner: Aksigorta – Project Name: Smart Scoring with AI
First Runner Up: BSH Home Appliances Group – GDS Global Digital Services – DPS Digital Platform Services – Project Name: BSH GDS B@B Brilliant@TheBasics – An Initiative for Operational Excellence
Second Runner Up: Hyperoptic – Project Name: Hyperoptic SAP S/4HANA Digital Transformation