It’s a very exciting time at clixifix® HQ, having now been shortlisted for two awards in such a short period.
clixifix® is one of 4 finalists in the category; Best Use of Digital Devices & Software. It’s an incredible honour being shortlisted for the UK Digital Experience Awards (UKDXA), with many leaders in digital technology entering the awards.
Now in its 5th year, the UKDXA continues to celebrate the ways digital technology is used to enhance customer experience. The awards provide a platform for organisations and individuals to celebrate the partnerships they have formed and be rewarded for their digital innovation and customer-centric culture. The awards finals provide a unique opportunity to share best practice and network with a multitude of cross-sector organisations.
The awards are judged by an independent panel of business professions through both a written entry and a live presentation on the day of the finals; with many of the presentations being open to spectators. The scoring criterion is endorsed by Cranfield School of Management, and every finalist receives a feedback report after the awards finals. The UKDXA has been accredited with the prestigious Gold Awards Trust Mark from the Independent Awards Standards Council. To win or be shortlisted at the UKDXA is a great honour that identifies you as superior in your industry.
When the finalists were announced, James Farrell (Co-Founder and MD of clixifix®) was delighted;
“It is incredibly inspiring to be shortlisted for such a significant digital technology award. Our focus has always been on user-experience and it is great to be recognised for this by leaders in the software industry.
This comes at an especially exciting time for us – just before we are due to release our new Customer Journey feature. This will allow our clients to create bespoke milestones, ensuring their purchasers receive a holistic service throughout the sales and aftercare lifecycle.
Congratulations and best of luck to every finalist, we are really looking forward to the awards ceremony!”
All finalists will be scored on the day of the awards finals (12th July) by a large panel of independent and impartial judges, using a transparent scoring criterion endorsed by Cranfield School of Management. The conference-style awards finals are designed to support and encourage best practice sharing and networking, and every finalist receives a judge’s feedback report with their scores and comments after the event.