AND Digital wins 2023 Financial Technology Partner Award

13 October 2023 • 1 min read

Scottish Fintech Awards

AND Digital was announced as the winner of the Financial Technology Partner Award for 2023 during the annual Scottish Financial Technology Awards.


Hosted at Edinburgh’s Dynamic Earth, the awards ceremony brought together over 200 people from across the Scottish financial services and fintech landscape to recognise outstanding companies and individuals.


Partnership Recognition


Alisdair Menzies, Engagement Lead at AND Digital’s Somerville club in Edinburgh, received the award on behalf of the team. He said: “We are very proud and humbled to receive this recognition. The strong partnership with our client has enabled us to collaboratively work on a strategy. We have combined this with a build & implementation phase that has resulted in significant benefits for our client. The maturity of the team members and their willingness to not only invest in the technology but also the development of themselves, has been very rewarding for all involved on the AND Digital side.”


The 2023 Awards evening was also an opportunity to reconnect and celebrate the resilience and innovation displayed by the industry over the last two years.


Scottish Financial Services and FinTech


Organiser of the event and DIGIT Founder Ray Bugg said: “It was fantastic to bring Scotland’s vibrant financial services and fintech communities together under one roof. Throughout the Scotland Fintech Festival, we have seen the innovation and pioneering spirit of these industries showcased far and wide, highlighting their importance to Scotland’s economy and her people.”


Bugg added with regards to AND Digital's winning contribution: "The independent judges were unanimous in their appreciation of AND's work. The company has showcased a consistent focus with regards to enabling technology to better serve the financial services industry. Add in their people focus and relentless efforts to upskill people with digital skills and you will understand that this team would be recognised as a preferred partner."




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