London, United Kingdom, November 04, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Directors’ Club United Kingdom is delighted to announce the final shortlist for the Virtual Customer Assistant category of the UK National Innovation Awards 2017.
Congratulations to the four finalists:
Genesys - http://www.genesys.com
IMImobile - https://imimobile.com
Jacada - https://www.jacada.com
Nuance - https://www.nuance.com
Jon Snow, Chairman of Directors’ Club United Kingdom, acknowledges the finalists’ achievement, “The standard of first-round entries was extremely high. We received nine entries from three continents and the judges on the shortlisting panel had a very tough job choosing the final four. On behalf of the Directors’ Club I commend and congratulate the finalists and look forward to announcing the winner.”
The final judging process will take place between November 30th and December 7th with the winner and runner-up announced on December 8th.
Over 50 UK leaders from customer service, customer contact, customer experience, digital, IT and the c-suite will judge the final.
To join the Judging Faculty see http://nationalinnovationawards.org.uk for qualification and registration.
About The UK National Innovation Awards
The UK National Innovation Awards (the Nationals) have been designed by the Directors’ Club United Kingdom to recognise business technology innovations and their impact on customer experience, employee engagement, operations performance, product creation, and profitable growth.
As technology and innovation are at the heart of this initiative, we decided to totally reimagine the concept of B2B recognition and award giving.
The outcome is a unique programme that uses an all-digital platform to execute the entire awards process (with the exception of mailing the winner’s trophy).
Our aim is to have an as-near-as-possible zero carbon footprint and environmental impact.
Uniquely, the Nationals are judged by the business leaders who employ the technologies.
Visit http://nationalinnovationawards.org.uk for more information.
About Directors’ Club United Kingdom
Today’s Directors’ Club has its origin in a small supper club in London’s Mayfair.
The Directors’ Dining Club, as it was known, had its home at Claridge’s Hotel and brought together business leaders of the day to discuss trends and disruptive forces for change.
In February 2010, Jon Snow (founder and chairman) re-constituted the dining club as the Directors’ Club and so a business lifestyle and networking institution was born.
The Club motto To endeavour. To achieve captures the spirit of the organisation and the ambitions of its members.
Visit http://directorsclub.org.uk for more information.