We are proud to be named amongst the shortlisted organisations at this year’s National Technology Awards 2020, organised by National Technology News. We are delighted to be part of the 4th National Technology Awards and their celebration of pioneers of technology and excellence.
We are delighted to have won this national award after previously winning 10 apprenticeship-related awards, including ‘Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer of the Year’ two years running, ‘Regional SME Employer of the Year’ and ‘Surrey Business – Apprentice of the Year’, as well as ‘South East SME Employer of the Year’ back in September 2019.
We are thrilled to announce that Invotra’s Co-Founder and CPO, Alison Galvin, has been nominated as a finalist for the “Lifetime Achievement” Award at the National Business Women’s awards, 2019.
Invotra is delighted to see Alison’s achievements being recognised by the National Business Women’s Awards – her continued work over the years developing and shaping the company and championing our apprenticeship scheme have had huge positive impact.
We were incredibly proud to be announced ‘South East SME Employer of the Year’at the National Apprenticeship Awards 2019, having previously won the Regional Finals every year since 2016 and being recognised as ‘Highly Commended’ for the last two years running in the National Awards.
On the 16th July 2019, Invotra’s CEO, Fintan Galvin, attended the awards ceremony at Portcullis House at the Houses of Commons in London.
We are excited to announce our shortlisting in the 2019 Computing Cloud Excellence Awards for our intranet and portal product. The award highlights the collaborative and engaging communication applications and features our product offers to our customers.
Now in their fifteenth year, the National Apprenticeship Awards showcase the diverse and growing range of sectors engaged with apprenticeships. We are absolutely delighted to be crowned a regional winner for 2018. We are committed to investing in our award-winning apprenticeship programme and look forward to welcoming on board many future apprentices.
We are delighted to be shortlisted for an award recognising the control and flexibility our product offers to our clients. With outstanding security and accessibility, our intranets and portals have evolved the user experience of our clients.
We are really excited to join other great organisations and products in being shortlisted under two categories in the Cloud Excellence awards, recognising our service excellence and the scalability and resilience offered by our intranets, such as Doris.
Recognising individuals responsible for any aspect of IT delivery in areas such as Business Analysis, Security & Governance, project management or Consultancy this award shortlisting recognises the tangible benefits our CEO has created and delivered for Invotra.
Shortlisting by the Digital Technology Leaders Award recognises our service excellence and passion for protecting our clients, along with the success of the hard-working, yet hard-playing culture valued by our workforce.
Invotra was judged to offer the most impressive achievements for an organisation of less than 75 employees, demonstrating a proven record of success and excellent prospective growth and development opportunities for the future.
Beating off intense competition from four rivals to win the coveted award, Chelsea’s work to promote excellence and innovation in cybersecurity was recognised in her success in these awards.
We are proud to announce our HR Director, Alison Galvin, has been shortlisted as Digital Leader of the Year notably for her work developing our nationally acclaimed apprenticeship programme.
Additionally, two of our customers have also been shortlisted in the Digital Public Service Innovation of the Year and Digital Council of the Year categories.
The skill, talent and dedication of our DevOps team has been recognised and we are delighted to say they have been shortlisted for the 2018 Cyber Security awards.
Our work to champion the fantastic apprenticeship schemes available for local businesses and young people along with the exceptional work our own apprentices do resulted in winning this award.
We are delighted to continue our listing as a Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer. The list features the most exceptional apprenticeship employers from all of the National Apprenticeship Awards employer categories.
The incredible work of our Accessibility Product Manager, Andrew Doyle was recognised by the SME National Business Award, who named him ‘Apprentice of the Year’ for 2017.
Having successfully nurtured apprentices from the start of their careers to managerial positions within the company, and producing an award-winning apprentice, Invotra was awarded Regional Employer of the Year 2016.
The achievements of our fabulous apprentices and HR team was recognised by the National Apprenticeship Service.
Our work nationally to employ and develop highly skilled, committed and enthusiastic apprentices was recognised in the Medium Employer of the Year category.
The success of our Digital Workspace in engaging staff and our multifaceted approach to communication and employee engagement resulted in our Highly Commended award at the EE Employee Engagement awards, along with a nomination for Project of the Year Award.
This was an amazing achievement for our Accessibility Product Manager, Andrew Doyle, just after completing his apprenticeship and was well deserved for all of his hard work and dedication to making our product accessible to all.
We were thrilled to be shortlisted, together with one of our clients, in 3 award categories, including Project of the Year (public and private) and Best Use of Technology Award.