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Extech Cloud have won Business Innovation of the Year Award at the Sussex Business Awards 2019.
Over the last two years, Extech Cloud have developed the Extech Cloud Methodology. The service digitally transforms organisations by transitioning them to the public cloud, a revolutionary form of cloud computing.
One of the judges, Interim Chief Executive at Sussex Innovation Centre, Nigel Lambe, said:
“This year’s winner took the brave decision to refocus its business model well in advance of the marketplace and is now positioned as a market leader in Sussex and beyond…”
The judges also highly commended Extech Cloud for Best Customer Service Award, following on from our big win at the Chamber’s Awards for Customer Commitmeny.
To date, Extech Cloud have delivered over 100 cloud migrations of this type.
Richard Phillips, Chief Technology Officer at Extech Cloud, has overseen the research and development of the innovative entry into the public cloud.
“It’s incredibly rewarding to be recognised for our team’s hard work over the last few years. We’ve put hundreds of hours into developing our unique methodology to bring the very best in technology to our customers.”
Andrew Hookway, Managing Director, also said:
“The team deserve this accolade. They have deployed some wonderful and innovative solutions for our customers who are benefiting from the incredibly powerful technology that is available through public cloud. Without the smooth process the team have implemented and the tacit knowledge gained along the way, we wouldn’t have been able to deliver over 100 digital transformations.”