Business Continuity Awards 2019 - The winners!

It was a big night for CMAC at the Business Continuity Awards... They will be filling the trophy cabinet after a raft of wins at the industry's main event. Find out who took away the coveted gongs from the Mayfair Gala Dinner last night, hosted by the fabulous Sindhu Vee....

Congratulations to all our finalists, and especially to:

Best Contribution to Continuity and Resilience
WINNER: CMAC

Global Award
WINNER Public sector: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority
WINNER Private sector: SARAS Analytics

DRaaS Award
WINNER: iland

Cloud-based Services
WINNER: F-24 UK Limited

Most Innovative Product of the Year
WINNER: Fusion Risk Management

BCM Planning Software of the Year
WINNER: Continuity Logic

Excellence in BC - sponsored by Sungard Availability Services
WINNER: BT
Highly commended: Marks & Spencer

Transformation Award
WINNER: Network Rail

Incident Management Award
WINNER: Cognizant Technology Solutions

Initiative of the Year - sponsored by CMAC Group
WINNER: DigiPlex

Strategy through Partnership
WINNER: YUDU Sentinel and KRTS International
Highly commended: CMAC & Swissport

Strategy of the Year - sponsored by The Retailers Business Continuity Association
WINNER: Sky

Most Effective Recovery of the Year - sponsored by Daisy
WINNER: Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS)

Specialist Technology Company of the Year
WINNER: OnSolve

Specialist Company of the Year
WINNER: Fortress Availability Services
Highly commended: CMAC

Team of the Year - sponsored by ClearView Continuity
WINNER: Marks & Spencer

Public Service Manager of the Year
WINNER: Andrew Snadden, Mid Sussex District Council

Adviser of the Year
WINNER: Gillian Logie, PlanB Consulting

Newcomer of the Year - sponsored by Regus Workplace Management
WINNER: Jumanah Hendrickson-Wilson, Janus Henderson Investors
Highly commended: Katherine Bosworth, Marks and Spencer

Lifetime Achievement
WINNER: R Vaidhyanathan, Cognizant Technology Solutions

Manager of the Year - sponsored by Daisy
WINNER: Kate Needham-Bennett, Mastercard

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