Winners & Runners Up 2019

The 2019 Real IT Awards are now officially over and all winners and runners up
have been announced and celebrated on 09 May.
Congratulations to you all!

ENTERPRISE TEAM OF THE YEAR

WINNER: Centrica - DTS Infrastructure & Operations
Centrica is one of the world’s oldest and largest Energy and services companies running British Gas and Hive in the UK, Bord Gais in Ireland and Direct Energy in North America. For Centrica to succeed and remain relevant to its customers in a highly competitive digital age the team created a single global digital organisation. This has been a complete transformation of how the company operates. By implementing cutting-edge technologies against aggressive timescales, the company is now able to operate as a digital organisation whilst maintaining a strong focus on its customers.
RUNNER UP: Haymarket Media – Team GDPR
Haymarket Media Group’s Team GDPR transformed the use of personal data across the business to deliver on the objective, to make data part of Haymarket’s DNA. In the process, the team raised awareness and improved data privacy knowledge and skills to help Haymarket live up to its values of Integrity, Creativity, Expertise, Dynamism. The team lead the introduction of new systems and processes to meet the GDPR, while adapting existing systems and processes where possible.

PRODUCT TEAM OF THE YEAR

WINNER: Eversheds Sutherland - ES Real Estate
A team that successfully delivered a bespoke client facing MI tool and an internally facing case management solution, within a challenging timeframe, within budget and to scope. The solution improved client relations, transparency and collaboration along with generating revenue, saving time and reducing risks around internal business process. The success of the team also led to a change in mentality within the IT team, introducing the concept of product ownership and moving from a traditional project mentality to evergreen product management.
RUNNER UP: Cancer Research UK - Cancer Research UK E-commerce Product Team
The Cancer Research UK E-commerce product team has taken the charity’s online shopping experience to the next level. By involving supporters and patients along the way for feedback and input, they have introduced many new features to the website as well as launched a completely new Cancer Care product range, a set of specially curated products that help people with cancer feel more like themselves again. Through this work, the team have been able to increase revenue from the online shop by 29% YOY which means more money can go towards life-saving research to beat cancer.

PARTNERSHIP OF THE YEAR

WINNER: comparethemarket / Godel Technologies Europe - comparethemarket.com and Godel Technologies
comparethemarket.com chose Godel as its strategic nearshore development partner, which has led to a shared journey in finding new ways of working remotely and at scale. The partnership is tightly knit there are no Chinese walls between the organisations, accountability lies at everyone’s door and success is shared. Both companies have been on a journey in making this partnership a success, with exceptional governance, cultural understanding and technical expertise. It’s a partnership that provides software engineering capabilities to deliver an online experience which comparethemarket.com customers expect from a market-leading comparison site.
RUNNER UP: HM Land Registry / Kainos - HM Land Registry and Kainos
HMLR has sped up the homebuying process by working with Kanios in creating an innovative, digital register. The new register will combine the local land charges data currently held by 326 local authorities in England so that essential information in the homebuying process is instantly available in an easy to read, standardised format. This is a huge improvement to the previous service, which was more expensive, slower and not always digitally accessible. The new user-friendly service has been extremely well received and marks a significant step in the Government’s ambition to make the home-buying process simpler, faster and cheaper.

BEST PLACE TO WORK

WINNER: Global - Tech Team at the Heart of Global
Global used innovative, blended learning approaches from crowd-sourced training, and Virtual Reality to a Technology Summer School at The University of Cambridge to upskill its technology team. To maximise the impact of its’ learning and development programme, the Global initiatives were targeted at building capability to support both current and future business growth and generate awareness and application of technology developments. The results have been outstanding – not only is there a culture where employees volunteer their skills to train others, Global technologists have applied specific learning initiatives to the way we work, think and innovate.
RUNNER UP: Unruly Group – Unruly, Best Place to Work
Unruly’s vision is to be the video marketplace advertisers and publishers can trust. Every team within Unruly contribute to this vision, by constantly questioning the work they do, and holding each other accountable whilst bringing their full selves to work, collaborating with the wider business and industry, and delivering WOW!

PROJECT TEAM OF THE YEAR

WINNER: Le Boat (Travelopia) - Le Boat Website Redevelopment Team
Le Boat is the world’s leading operator of inland waterway boating holidays, with 9 destinations across Europe and Canada. In 2018, Le Boat launched a new global ecommerce website to drive continued online growth, after a long-term reduction in performance from a website that no longer met the needs of the business. A two-year project, led by a cross-functional team across IT, Sales and Marketing has delivered a website that not only provides a far better customer experience and more sustainable development environment – it has added significant value to the business, evident through a 12% increase in online revenue, and 20% increase in hard user conversion year on year.
RUNNER UP: Saïd Business School - Saïd Business School Business Transformation Programme
During 2018 the business transformation project team of Saïd Business School – University of Oxford has overseen and led an ambitious, complex and truly transformational change to the School’s IT offer, functionality, capability and service. That it has introduced this new business critical and highly reputational transformation programme in just 12 months, on-time and within a budget <£1.1m (ahead of the immovable start date of the new academic year) and with a project team of just 13 FTE has been truly exceptional. The result has been a step change in the wider AV/IT Departments/Teams delivery, credibility and trust, where it is now seen a true and value adding business partner and in the future proofing of its business-critical systems. This has been a truly amazing and incredible agile programme delivery and capability change.

LEGACY SYSTEM MIGRATION

WINNER: HM Land Registry - Migration of WebSphere Team
HM Land Registry’s Migration of WebSphere project was a two-year change management development designed to migrate key IT systems from an ageing IBM based infrastructure to a smaller, more efficient system. To achieve this the project team had to learn new skills and overcome challenges, but the result of moving from these legacy systems has been recognised through a £7m saving over 5 years and faster, more secure services for our customers. The success of this project marks one of the first realisations of the aims set out in HMLR’s Business Strategy to become the world’s leading land registry.
RUNNER UP: Global – Digital Broadcast Programme
To keep pace with evolving audience habits, Global set about building a radio brand fit for the future. Implementing a major digital transformation that saw the arrival of IP systems, HD cameras and LED video walls, Global succeeded in significantly increasing brand exposure across multiple channels, enhancing its audience, reducing operational costs, and streamlining broadcasting. As a result, it has achieved unprecedented reach, doubled digital engagement and amplified social reach up with clips appearing in around 1 billion newsfeeds each month.

PROJECT OF THE YEAR (OVER £250K)

WINNER: PepsiCo - Sales Force Mobility UK
In mid-December 2017 one of PepsiCo’s key routes to market collapsed overnight. This meant that those shopkeepers and small business owners who opened for long hours or were far from a cash and carry had no established method of getting PepsiCo goods. PepsiCo had to act fast and in two weeks spun up a van sales operation to tide them over. In the following 8 weeks a cloud-based system was developed and implemented to future proof the offering which was then rolled out across the entire sales operation delivering new capabilities across 2018 using agile methodologies to leverage speed to market.
RUNNER UP: Hermes UK - Digital Futures Hermes Digital Transformation
Hermes, will continue their investments in their new website and mobile app which will give their customer even more control in 2019, creating truly valuable experiences and using visionary innovation to be the carrier of choice for every end customer.

PROJECT OF THE YEAR (UNDER £250K)

WINNER: Capital City College Group / MSV Consultancy - Capital City College Group (CCCG)
MSV Consultancy implemented a programme to stabilise and rationalise the IT infrastructure, combat risks and improve the user experience at a growing Further Education college group. The hybrid solution delivered an efficient and reliable multi-site backup platform with central management and backup across the college Group. With capacity to backup over 200TB of data across five sites, the platform guarantees data availability and meets strict SLAs, with a 70% cost saving over a mooted “Lift and Shift” to the cloud. Maximising existing resources, implementation occurred during a challenging transition with minimal disruption and in-house staff fully engaged and sharing ownership.
RUNNER UP: Four Eyes Insight / Future Processing - Insight
Four Eyes and Future Processing are organisations that believe in improving lives, together with deep expertise they have conceived and delivered the Insight tool to bring massive efficiencies to the NHS’ theatre scheduling. Delivering £3.9M/trust/year saving and the ability to deliver 1000 cases/year/Trust, Insight is directly and positively impacting patients’ lives. Using Four Eyes extensive clinical expertise in identification and implementation of ground-breaking solutions, and Future Processing’s unique approach to software development the team successfully and quickly built the Insight solution using its unique approach, the Future Way, where putting people first = great software.

AGILE PROJECT OF THE YEAR

JOINT WINNER: comparethemarket / Godel Technologies Europe - Travel on CaaS
comparethemarket.com chose Godel as its strategic nearshore development partner, which has led to a shared journey in finding new ways of working remotely and at scale. The partnership is tightly knit there are no Chinese walls between the organisations, accountability lies at everyone’s door and success is shared. Both companies have been on a journey in making this partnership a success, with exceptional governance, cultural understanding and technical expertise. It’s a partnership that provides software engineering capabilities to deliver an online experience which comparethemarket.com customers expect from a market-leading comparison site.
JOINT WINNER: Travelport - Multi Source Content (MSC)
The Multi-source content (MSC) project demonstrated Travelport’s ability to adopt new disruptive trends and develop travel technology products in an optimised way through scaled agile delivery. This project resulted in Travelport being first to market with an important new content distribution capability, ensuring Travelport leads in critical areas of the evolving travel technology market and adds significant value to its customers and partners.
RUNNER UP: Nursing & Midwifery Council / Fortesium Ltd - Fortesium, Nursing & Midwifery Council Nursing Associate Project
The project successfully delivered, on behalf of the Nursing & Midwifery Council, all the functionality required to facilitate the introduction and governance of the new ‘Nursing Associate’ role. The project worked to extremely tight deadlines whilst having to closely liaise between multiple stakeholders, understand the legislation requirements, manage changing stakeholder requirements, and meet very stringent privacy and security standards. The solution design required the team to rework existing portals, overcome scalability and performance challenges, introduce new functionality and processes, integrate with new systems, and rigorously test the solution prior to release.

OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY

WINNER: Royal Bank of Scotland - Change Centre of Excellence ‘I Want Funding’ User Journey
Driven by the goal of realizing value faster from new programmes, the Change Centre of Excellence at Royal Bank of Scotland led a bankwide effort to reduce the cycle time of their internal investment funding processes. Their approach included a re-organisation around lean-agile ways of working, collaboratively mapping the user journey, and regularly engaging stakeholders in two-week feedback loops. As a result, they reduced the cycle time for investment funding from greater than six months to less than one month – roughly a 500% improvement – and can now approve an initial funding request within a week’s time.
RUNNER UP: Tata Steel Europe - ignio™ - Transformation through AI led Automation
Powering IT Transformation with the cognitive automation platform, ignio™

ignio™ deployment at Tata Steel Europe for IT operations proves to be its own “digital disruption”, transforming the experience for both the IT team and users by applying AI led automation principles. From start up, in less than 6 months the ignio platform covered 64 activities, transacted over 1600 processes, reduced lead times on user requests to minutes instead of days, hit over 90% accuracy and met 100% user satisfaction scores. The early results are driving operational issues off the business agenda, allowing attention to focus on digital transformation and value creation.

DELIVERING EXCELLENT CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

WINNER: Anglian Water - Development Services Digital Transformation Team
As part of a pathfinder for a new way of working across Anglian Water, this team have taken a momentous step towards creating a first-class customer journey for infrastructure provision for growth. The introduction of a new online portal, InFlow, for development customers, enables the customer to manage their entire pre-connection process through a user friendly, innovative online account. This digitally enables us to provide transparent, timely, updates, advice, and commercial terms in an easy customer friendly manner. GroSight, an internal GIS mapping system, also allows Anglian Water to proactively plan for growth and make better capital delivery decisions.
RUNNER UP: Hermes UK - Digital Futures Hermes Digital Transformation
Hermes, will continue their investments in their new website and mobile app which will give their customer even more control in 2019, creating truly valuable experiences and using visionary innovation to be the carrier of choice for every end customer.

CONTINUOUS SERVICE IMPROVEMENT

WINNER: Lookers plc - IT Service Delivery: Self Service Portal
The concept of our Self-Service Portal project was to transform the way our Business engages with IT and vastly improve the level of Service we provide to our Colleagues. We have worked hard to position IT as one of the 3 supporting ‘pillars’ which underpin our company strategy and enable our Colleagues to deliver Operational Excellence. Through data analysis, we understood that IT could deliver thousands of operational hours back to the Business each month simply by adopting more efficient contact methods. Through commitment to delivering a culture of continual service improvement, investment in the technology and focus on delivering a quality solution (in partnership with our Business) we have successfully delivered a solution which has delivered tangible benefits now and can be scaled to meet the future requirements of our Business.
RUNNER UP: Hiscox – Project Spitfire
Responding to rapid business growth and increasing demand on IT servicing, Project Spitfire developed and implemented a new approach to Hiscox IT Service Management (ITSM) and new ITSM ecosystem, underpinned by the vision to enable more automation and self-service, transforming and future-proofing IT Services. It delivered a new service desk tool, a centralised configuration management database (CMDB) and a self-service portal for end users. It also reengineered and streamlined processes, developed real-time service reporting and designed and implemented new BAU operating processes. All this has laid the foundation for future integration and capability across the IT Services landscape.

TURNING DATA INTO INSIGHTS

WINNER: Heathrow Airport / Capgemini UK - Airport Operations Plan (AOP)
Heathrow Airport worked with the EUCOCONTROL, National Air Traffic Services (NATS), European airports, technology partners, hundreds of suppliers and thousands of individuals to develop a new concept in air traffic management - the Airport Operations Plan (AOP). AOP uses multiple data sources, simulations and predictive analytics to forecast flight movements, and share comprehensive, live updates and status reports with stakeholders. Now, service providers are proactive, not reactive, organising resources and activities in anticipation of events. The results: Improved passenger satisfaction, fewer cancellations, improved punctuality, reductions in costs, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, and a new culture of collaboration – Team Heathrow.
RUNNER UP: Smart DCC - Technical Operations Centre (TOC)
DCC have created a Technical Operations Centre that has completely changed the way DCC engages with its Energy Suppliers and ultimately the consumers. By creating algorithms, the DCC have been able to add valuable insight into customers process and ways of working. The capability built now allows DCC to drive forward improvements for people and processes using their tools and knowledge and now become the industry trusted advisor.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE/MACHINE LEARNING PROJECT OF THE YEAR

WINNER: Centrica - ASK-WILBUR
Ask-Wilbur has helped Centrica transform customer service operations by using Artificial Intelligence to make it easier for our customer service advisors to help our customers. Through combining natural language processing and machine learning for sentiment, recommendation and data anomaly detection the power of the penguin has enabled advisors to properly listen to customers, with real impact on NPS. He has made us more efficient, reducing training and call time; he’s also brought multi-skilling to the operation for the first time, allowing us to eliminate time consuming transfers and call backs - helping us get things right first time.
RUNNER UP: East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation NHS Trust / Thoughtonomy - Time Matters GP e-Referral Process
The NHS is under intense pressure to deliver high-quality services with ever-diminishing budgets. Against this backdrop, East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) Trust, one of the UK’s largest Trusts, has embraced a philosophy of Time Matters, seeking to focus all use of employee time on improving patient outcomes. To this end, the Trust’s intelligent automation (IA) strategy aims to eliminate time spent on repetitive tasks and increase time spent on patient care. Wave One of IA strategy released more than 2200 hours of administration time back into frontline patient care within 6 months.

EXCELLENCE IN APPLICATION MODERNISATION

WINNER: PepsiCo - Sales Force Mobility UK
In mid-December 2017 one of PepsiCo’s key routes to market collapsed overnight. This meant that those shopkeepers and small business owners who opened for long hours or were far from a cash and carry had no established method of getting PepsiCo goods. PepsiCo had to act fast and in two weeks spun up a van sales operation to tide them over. In the following 8 weeks a cloud-based system was developed and implemented to future proof the offering which was then rolled out across the entire sales operation delivering new capabilities across 2018 using agile methodologies to leverage speed to market.
RUNNER UP: Travelport - Travelport Efficiency Suite
Travelport provides the world’s only true Travel Commerce Platform, for distribution, technology, payment, and other solutions for the $7 trillion global travel industry. The platform enables travel providers, agencies, corporations and developers to share, search, and buy travel. Travelport Effectiveness Suite expanded the platform improving the effectiveness of agency and traveller interaction leading up to and including day of travel and enhanced ‘after-the-sale’ experience. New technologies automate activities for a more consistent traveller experience and lower cost to serve for agencies. The window for servicing the traveller including new revenue streams and enhanced personalization has remarkably expanded.

BEST USE OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES

WINNER: BP / REPL Group - REPL and BP Automated Cards Testing
REPL implemented ground-breaking new testing automation to simulate a tester manually testing cards payments for a global brand to roll out through new POS software across their stores worldwide. The project uses technology not being used by anyone else in Europe and delivered cost and time savings without compromising on quality. The project has seen REPL reduce testing delivery by a minimum of 30% and be commissioned to teach other suppliers how to implement this advanced form of testing.
RUNNER UP: BT - Da Vinci Challenges
The Da Vinci 30 Day Challenge is an experiential journey to the heart of human-centred design. The game has a very deliberate and beautiful design, that is fully inclusive and created by a diverse team, and it currently has 3,000 users all over the world – a devoted fan-base growing every day. It was created using best of design thinking, lean start-up, neuroscience and gamification theory. All you need to take part is 10 minutes of your time.

INNOVATIVE USE OF CLOUD TECHNOLOGIES

WINNER: Network Rail / Cognizant - Network Rail & Cognizant Technology Solutions Enterprise Business Suite Transformation
The Network Rail EBS Transformation case study is about leveraging innovative use of cloud technology to enable business agility, enhance security, ensure GDPR compliance while significantly speeding up infrastructure provisioning, data access and resilience. This project successfully delivered all the KPIs set at the beginning of the project and is a precursor to a number of high impact business change projects set for CP6 (2019:2024). The project was also delivered in the true spirit of partnership, with Network Rail, Cognizant and Oracle combining with a number of other stakeholder organisations to deliver a very complex project, touching every aspect of the business. The project thus helped Network Rail to reduce the estate size by 60% and made provisioning over 50% faster, ensure GDPR compliance and provided improvements of processes across Finance, Planning, Asset Management, Supply Chain, Procurement and HR.
RUNNER UP: Met Office - Pangeo / Informatics Lab
Pangeo is an innovative system which lets consumers get value from the Met Office’s big datasets. Weather and climate datasets are key products for the Met Office, but as they have grown bigger and more complex, they have become harder to use, presenting a strategic risk. Traditional “ask-for-and-receive” data APIs are no longer good enough. However, previous attempts to create data platforms have resulted in costly, overly opinionated, brittle systems. Pangeo provides a next-generation alternative which has proven to be powerful, flexible, and cost-optimal.

MODERN TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE

WINNER: Greater Manchester Combined Authority - Migrating 6 Organisations into 1 ICT Service
Greater Manchester Combined Authority was launched in April 2017, supported by an ICT Service that was sourced from one the constituent organisation – the Greater Manchester Fire and rescue Service. Through careful analysis, planning and execution the ICT Service has delivered a wide area network that is powerful, resilient and enables partnership working. The project was delivered by the in-house team working closely with the WAN provider. The rollout of the network was invisible to the business and ensured business continuity – an important consideration for an emergency service. The team deserves recognition for this achievement.
RUNNER UP: Angus Council - Radio Connectivity Project
The Angus Council Radio connectivity project is an innovative initiative to connect rural schools and council locations, businesses and business parks providing robust, resilient and affordable broadband connectivity. Areas of Angus are mountainous and sparsely populated making high quality digital connectivity especially important but also more challenging. This radio project is unique in its scale, its ambition and flexibility to change based on schools learning needs and business demand. The successful rollout to date for 4 schools, 2 business parks and numerous council corporate locations has been a catalyst for improved learning and commercial opportunities and enabling an agile workforce.

PRODUCT INNOVATION

WINNER: HM Land Registry – Workflow
Around 3500 HMLR staff process over 100,000 applications every day - our processes need to keep up with this demanding workload. This project makes sure the right case gets to the right person at the right time and is key in helping us become the world’s leading Land Registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data. This project has improved the efficiency of HMLR’s internal services. It has helped the organisation achieve its KPIs and focus on other strategic objectives. It is an excellent example of how to begin a digital transformation whilst still depending on old technology.
RUNNER UP: Centrica - ASK-WILBUR
Ask-Wilbur has helped Centrica transform customer service operations by using Artificial Intelligence to make it easier for our customer service advisors to help our customers. Through combining natural language processing and machine learning for sentiment, recommendation and data anomaly detection the power of the penguin has enabled advisors to properly listen to customers, with real impact on NPS. He has made us more efficient, reducing training and call time; he’s also brought multi-skilling to the operation for the first time, allowing us to eliminate time-consuming transfers and callbacks - helping us get things right first time.

INNOVATION IN CYBER SECURITY & RISK MANAGEMENT

WINNER: TUI Group - Colleague Awareness and Behavioural Change Programme
The TUI Information Security Team had the challenge of implementing a colleague Awareness and Behavioural Change programme that would embed secure behaviours across a global organisation with a wide variety of languages and cultures. Focusing on five ‘Golden Rules’ and creating a simple and fun bespoke information security campaign, TUI delivered an outstanding result. TUI demonstrated significant colleague engagement, resonating with people globally and improving knowledge that colleagues can use in their personal lives as well as at work. The programme is set to continue to convert learning into tangible action, new and lasting behaviours that will ultimately empower TUI’s colleagues to become the strongest form of defence.
RUNNER UP: HarperCollins Publishers / News UK - Security Awareness
Phishing attacks today are professionally run, meticulously planned and well executed. We recognised the need to ensure that we gave our users the tools and knowledge to help them spot potentially malicious attempts at gaining access into our systems and thus to prevent data breaches. Our success in lowering our click-rate for potentially harmful emails is encouraging and shows that cyber security can be improved with a greater focus on user education and collaboration throughout the company of the need to increase awareness of risk and the impacts to our business if we fail to do this.

OVERALL RITA 2019 WINNER

WINNER: Heathrow Airport / Capgemini UK - Airport Operations Plan (AOP)
Heathrow Airport worked with the EUCOCONTROL, National Air Traffic Services (NATS), European airports, technology partners, hundreds of suppliers and thousands of individuals to develop a new concept in air traffic management - the Airport Operations Plan (AOP). AOP uses multiple data sources, simulations and predictive analytics to forecast flight movements, and share comprehensive, live updates and status reports with stakeholders. Now, service providers are proactive, not reactive, organising resources and activities in anticipation of events. The results: Improved passenger satisfaction, fewer cancellations, improved punctuality, reductions in costs, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, and a new culture of collaboration – Team Heathrow.
RUNNER UP: Anglian Water - Development Services Digital Transformation Team
As part of a pathfinder for a new way of working across Anglian Water, this team have taken a momentous step towards creating a first-class customer journey for infrastructure provision for growth. The introduction of a new online portal, InFlow, for development customers, enables the customer to manage their entire pre-connection process through a user friendly, innovative online account. This digitally enables us to provide transparent, timely, updates, advice, and commercial terms in an easy customer friendly manner. GroSight, an internal GIS mapping system, also allows Anglian Water to proactively plan for growth and make better capital delivery decisions.
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