Gold Award for verso™ HMO Licensing Automation

By Aysegul Matthews
23 October 2018

Rocktime’s work with Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council on the delivery of its verso™ HMO licensing application and workflow management system has been awarded Gold at this year's Digital Impact Awards.

This achievement at the ninth annual awards recognises Rocktime’s excellence in developing cloud-based software solutions that enable its public sector clients to automate its regulatory services processes.

The Digital Impact Awards benchmarks digital projects in the corporate space, an area that continues to innovate year on year. Held at the London Hilton on Park Lane, the 2018 event welcomed attendees from a variety of companies and agencies, all vying for the coveted prizes on offer. 

Last year was one of the most competitive of years in the history of the awards programme. Yet this year’s awards signified the leaps and bounds that digital communications are continuing to make across the professional plateau. The sheer quality and character of the evening’s winners exemplifies not only the homogeneity of today’s digital communications, but equally its importance.

Andrew Thomas
Publishing Editor of Communicate Magazine
and Founder of the Digital Impact Awards

Follow the event hashtag #DIAwards on Twitter to hear more from the Digital Impact Awards 2018 winners.


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