The service has been shortlisted for its online software package, the ENWORKS Resource Efficiency Toolkit, which helps businesses to prioritise, track and manage opportunities for improving resource efficiency, and to monitor and report on the resulting savings.
The Toolkit was launched in 2004 and was upgraded and re-launched last year. In 2006 it was awarded a SustainIT Award for Climate Change and Environmental Efficiency.
ENWORKS has been shortlisted alongside the Zoological Society of London, Network Rail, the DTP Group, SAPs, Connecting for Health's 'N3 Service Provider', and the University of Leicester's 'Keysource' project.
All finalists have been invited to present their entries to the judging panel prior to the overall winners being announced on Thursday 10 November, during a ceremony at the Battersea Park Events Arena in London.
The UK IT Industry Awards are managed by BCS (the Chartered Institute for IT) and Computing magazine. They celebrate best practice, innovation and excellence in the UK's IT sector and the impact IT has on business and society.
David Clarke, chief executive officer of BCS said: "The competition to reach this stage... is tough. Our awards are central to our mission to recognise the innovation and professionalism of those working in IT and I’m delighted that every year we have such a variety of high quality entries."
Computing magazine's editor, Abigail Waraker added: "I would like to congratulate the finalists. The UK IT Industry Awards are rigorously judged and to be announced as a finalist is a great achievement."
ENWORKS will now present its key achievements to the judges in Reading on 30 September.
Posted 7 September 2011