IDBS Announced as a National Technology Awards Winner
IDBS has been recognized by the National Technology Awards for its innovative cloud solution.
The firm’s flagship platform, The E-WorkBook Cloud, has been awarded Cloud Product of the Year at the prestigious awards, beating companies such as UKFast and Workday for the coveted prize. The IDBS E-WorkBook Cloud is an enterprise cloud-based platform designed specifically to meet the demands of research and development data management and analysis in science driven industries globally.
Laurence Painell, Vice President of Marketing at IDBS said: “IDBS’ recognition by the National Technology Awards is a true testament to our dedication to enable organizations to operate faster, more effectively and tackle some of their most significant challenges. The IDBS E-WorkBook Cloud was designed using our deep understanding of the R&D process and the specific pain-points faced by the industry. It’s an honor to be recognized as a leading provider of cloud solutions that facilitates ground-breaking research and overcomes research hurdles.”
The National Technology Awards ceremony, organized by FStech Magazine, took place at the Millennium Hotel London Mayfair on Wednesday May 17th and celebrates the leaders of pioneering technology to help drive standards and encourage excellence within the industry.
IDBS will continue to provide the best cloud-based R&D technology and solutions to the world’s most forward-thinking companies, helping them solve global challenges and foster innovation.
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