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Proud To Be Named ‘Devops Company of the Year’

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08th Nov 2021

We are delighted to announce that our DevOps team has been recognised for their knowledge, hard-work and dedication to projects, as they have been named winner of DevOps Company of the Year and finalists for DevOps Project of the Year at the Computing DevOps Excellence Awards 2019!

 

 

We attended the Computing DevOps Excellence Awards in London on Wednesday 20th March and were proud to have been shortlisted as finalists at such an event, alongside many prestigious companies. Although we arrived with belief in the work we do as a company, we were honoured to even be listed amongst other great DevOps organisations. We are absolutely ecstatic to come away as winners of the ‘DevOps Company of the Year’ award!

We were named DevOps Company of the Year thanks to the culture of collaboration and deep partnership with our customers to deliver true continuous optimisation of their services. Our DevOps always strive to deliver the best projects we can, and treat clients with the respect to challenge their approach when appropriate. As a result of this, we now have a client base who are fully supportive and trust in our work and processes. We were able to invite Pete Jones from Ellis Whittam, and Peter Adams from De Pinna to come to the event with us as satisfied clients to share in the success. DevOps is integral to the delivery of most of our services, so our pure Development, Design and Dynamics teams all received a shout out. We’re proud to be recognised by our peers as a company that goes the extra mile when it comes to developing software and ensuring that it is future-proof and able to withstand the challenges it may face later down the line. This award just confirms and shows that we are heading in the right direction as we continue to grow.

Winning ‘DevOps Company of the Year’ is a true testament to our hardworking team and every employee has contributed across cloudThing in order to achieve this, as well as the support from our clients. We can’t thank you all enough and look forward to seeing what the future holds for cloudThing- DevOps Company of the Year! It’s onwards and upwards and we’re excited to strive even further to deliver the projects and work we receive to the highest of quality and durability!

But first, it’s time for that glass of champagne… Cheers!

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