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The winners of the Business Continuity Awards 2017

CIR Magazine presented its annual Business Continuity Awards at a ceremony held in London during the evening of 9th June. Over 400 business continuity professionals and their guests were present to see the winners receive their awards.

The winners were:

Resilient Workforce Award
Medical Research Council

DRaaS Award
Daisy

Cloud-based Services
IT Specialists (ITS)

Transformation Award
Barclays

Global Award
Estmrarya Management Consulting

Best Contribution to Continuity & Resilience
Sungard Availability Services

Most Innovative Product of the Year
Send Word Now

BCM Planning Software of the Year
ClearView Continuity

Resilience in Infrastructure and IT Service Delivery
Sungard Availability Services

Initiative of the Year
Deutsche Bank

Strategy through Partnership
The Church of Scotland & CSRR

Strategy of the Year
SWIFT

Most Effective Recovery of the Year
The London Metal Exchange

Specialist Company of the Year
Harwell Restoration

Team of the Year
Marks & Spencer

Public Service Manager of the Year
Carl Mayfield, Risk & Business Continuity Officer, Milton Keynes Council

Advisor of the Year
Charlotte Thompson, Senior Manager, Regester Larkin by Deloitte

Newcomer of the Year
Timothy Dalby-Welsh, Senior Consultant, Needhams 1834

Lifetime Achievement
Mike Osborne

Manager of the Year
Sean Deadman, Resilience Manager, Barclays

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