The Times has published its supplement on this year’s MCA Awards. The awards, which were announced at a gala dinner last month, celebrate the contribution that the UK’s leading consultants and consulting firms make to their business clients and to society more widely. The supplement is available in the print edition of today’s paper.
This year, Capgemini’s Maggie Buggie was shortlisted in the Technology Consultant of the Year Award. While she was pipped to the post by the winner, Sha Ali, who was also awarded Times Award for Consultant of the Year, Maggie was highly commended by the judges.
I asked Maggie for her reaction, not only to her recognition, but to the whole awards themselves. She said:
“It’s great to see our work, and that of our consulting peers, recognised by the MCA Awards. To be recognised as a leading technology consultant is testament to the fantastic work we’re doing at Capgemini to help organisations in the UK become true digital businesses. Our clients see technology as a growth enabler and we’re making it possible for them to improve business performance and customer experience through intelligent use of digital.”
Maggie is Vice President, Global Head of Digital Sales and Markets for Capgemini DCX – find out more about how we’re helping our clients stay two steps ahead.