MediaCityUK-based Mason Advisory, independent IT consultancy, has been announced as a finalist in five categories at the prestigious Management Consultancy Association (MCA) Awards 2018.
The consultancy has been nominated in the Performance Improvement in the Private Sector (with Rathbone Investment Management) and Best New Consultancy categories, with individual nominations for Performance Improvement Consultant (for Arun Sharma and Jon De’Ath), and Young Consultant of the Year (for Bharat Choragudi).
Steve Watmough, Mason Advisory CEO, says: “We are thrilled to have been shortlisted in so many categories. This landmark is testament to the outstanding work we have delivered and the high calibre of consultants in our team, who are really driving our business forward and producing quality results and solutions for our clients.
“We know we face tough competition on the night, but for us it’s a real honour to be shortlisted alongside such major industry players. We’ve got exciting growth plans for 2018 and beyond, so this really puts us on the consultancy sector map, as we continue to deliver innovative and transformational IT projects across the UK and abroad.”
The main event in the consultancy industry’s calendar, the MCA Awards are the benchmark for quality within the sector and attract the very best submissions while bringing together key professionals to showcase, celebrate and reward high quality results.
The winners will be decided by an independent panel of judges and announced at the awards ceremony on 26th April at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel, London. In addition, the winning projects, consultancies and individuals will feature in a special awards supplement in The Times in May 2018.
Mason Advisory has offices at MediaCity and in London, and employs over 30 staff, with plans to continue its expansion during 2018. It provides IT consultancy services to match technology know-how with commercial and business sense. Clients include organisations in the financial services, life sciences, retail and FMCG, energy, government, emergency service, and not-for-profit sectors