App of the Year 2021 – Finalists Announced
We are excited to announce the 2021 App of the Year Finalists!
Our annual “App of the Year Awards” showcase the best of the best apps created by our customers in Liberty Create, our low-code platform.
The 2021 Finalists
This year’s App of the Year Finalists are (in alphabetical order):
Cumbria County Council – for their Highways App
DI BLUE – for their My.FirstClimate App
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust – for their Mass COVID-19 testing App
This year’s finalists will showcase their apps in a special awards session as part of What’s Next 2021 – a virtual event on 13th October. We really hope you’ll join us and take part in what promises to be a very special occasion.
Richard Billington, Netcall’s Chief Technology Officer, is part of the panel of judges and will also host the virtual awards ceremony. He says “The outstanding work going on around the country using Liberty Create is making a huge difference to organisations, customers, communities and beyond. The achievements shared in this year’s applications were of a high calibre and each application had different merits. It is very pleasing to see that the three finalists that have made the shortlist represent a breadth of sectors and diverse use cases. We can’t wait to share the ingenuity that Cumbria, DI Blue and Royal Cornwall have demonstrated with their apps in the App of the Year Awards and it will be an honour to unveil the 2021 winner on 13th October.”
The App of the Year Awards were launched in 2020 to highlight the fantastic applications being built in Liberty Create, our low-code platform. In the inaugural awards, the App of the Year was awarded to Cumbria County Council for their Track and Trace App. Cumbria’s scheme was the first to launch in the UK, delivered in 10 days, they beat the government to rollout a national system. You can learn more about the 2020 winners and watch the awards presentation from 2020 here.
Register for What’s Next 2021, featuring App of the Year as the final session of the day on 13th October 2021.