Hot on the heels of making CIO UK’s top 100 most transformative and disruptive CIOs, incuto’s Jennifer Anderson has been nominated in the ‘CTO of the Year’ category in this year’s Tech Leaders Awards. Due to take place in September at the Royal Lancaster in London, the awards celebrate IT and digital leaders who are driving disruptive innovation and demonstrating value from technology.
Organised and run by leading technology title Information Age, the awards are part of the annual Tech Leaders Summit, the UK’s largest summit for tech leadership. Focused on technology leaders with responsibility for strategy, the event gives attendees an opportunity to ask key questions around using technology to innovate, becoming more agile, reducing costs, transformation and better support for employees.
“It’s wonderful to see the ‘Tech for Good’ solution that incuto has developed and built upon over the last few years recognised in this award category,” says Jennifer. “We’ve built a phenomenal development team here at incuto which is constantly re-looking and re-evaluating the technology we provide to our credit union and community bank partners. We remain focused on our purpose of helping more ethical banks and lenders to innovate and transform their services for the end user.”
To be nominated in this year’s Tech Leaders Awards, nominees must have demonstrated a positive impact on their organisation and driven customer value through innovative use of technology. Candidates have show strong leadership in developing a technology strategy which enhances product development and improves the service provided to end customers.
Commenting on Jennifer’s nomination, CEO Andrew Rabbitt comments: “Congratulations to Jennifer on this latest nomination. She has led the development of our solution, so recognition through awards and greater awareness of how our technology is helping ethical banks is fantastic. Credit Unions and other ethical banking services are on a journey to innovate and transform their services and we’re happy to be part of that.”