Energy management technology company Businesswise Solutions has been awarded a place in the Northern Tech Awards Top 100.
The Top 100 list recognises and celebrates the 100 fastest growing technology companies across the North of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The official ranking will be announced on Thursday 26th March 2020, in Leeds at the seventh annual Northern Tech Awards Ceremony, hosted by GP Bullhound.
When speaking with Business Insider, GP Bullhound managing partner Hugh Campbell said:
“It is more important than ever that we shine a spotlight on the thriving tech ecosystem in the North of the UK. The continued emergence and rapid growth of companies from this region – which have contributed to the tech industry not only in the North, but on the national and international stages – is testament to its strength.”
Inclusion in this award is another huge achievement for Businesswise as the business continues to focus on developing its tech solutions.
Frazer Durris, Businesswise Solution’s CEO added:
“This is great recognition for everyone in the business, our fantastic team has created a market-leading tech-led solution that is making a real impact on how our clients define, track and accelerate their energy goals, in a bid to reduce their costs, reduce carbon and contribute towards the road to net-zero.
But technology is only half of it, the skills and qualities of our people are essential in driving the success of the business and tech solutions.”
The latest accolade follows on from the business’ inclusion in the nationwide SmartTech Innovators Top 100 List, further demonstrating that Businesswise Solutions are fast becoming a leading disruptor within the energy management industry.
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