Synopsis Blog

Synopsis is delighted to announce being named Technology Company of the Year (<50 employees) at the British Data Awards 2021.

The British Data Awards is an annual campaign that celebrates organisations and people that are deeply passionate about data and helps to uncovers data success stories. Organisations taking part this year include FTSE 100 giants, tech unicorns, innovative start-ups, large public sector bodies, agile not-for-profits, and everything in between.

Tori Dand, Head of Synopsis Partnerships commented: “I’m thrilled to see Synopsis be named as Technology Company of the Year at the British Data Awards. I am especially pleased for the whole Synopsis team that their hard work has been recognised.

“Synopsis was developed and launched as the first digital pre-op assessment pathway with full integration into the hospital PAS / EPR – resulting in efficiencies previously unrealised within pre-operative assessment departments. In another major step forward, Synopsis Home was launched last year, enabling patients to complete their pre-operative assessment from home, then share their data with the hospital’s triage team. This has been especially important with new infection prevention measures introduced in response to COVID.”


Celebrating the most passionate data-led organisations

Jason Johnson, Co-Founder of Predatech and British Data Awards judge said: “I’d like to extend my congratulations to all our 2021 Winners. With 149 entries received this year, being named a Winner is a great achievement, and all organisations should feel immensely proud. I’m really excited to see what the next 12 months holds for our Winners.”

Winners and Runner-Ups were announced in 16 categories. Categories include sector specific awards such as ‘Healthcare Organisation of the Year’ and ‘AI Company of the Year’ as well as overall awards including ‘Large Company of the Year’ and ‘Data for Good Initiative of the Year’ which received the most entries this year. ‘Start-Up of the Year’ was also particularly keenly contested, helping to reinforce the UK’s reputation as a hotbed of innovation and new businesses.

Every region of the UK is represented among the British Data Awards 2021 Finalists, although organisations based in London make up 35% of the Winners and Runner-Ups. 13% are based in the South West, while the South East, Yorkshire and the Humber and Scotland are each home to a further 10% of the Winners and Runner-Ups.

The 2021 judges include: Neil Carden, COO of Forth Point, Jason Johnson, Co-Founder of Predatech, Mahana Mansfield, Data Science Director at Deliveroo, Tej Parikh, Chief Economist at the Institute of Directors, Harriet Rees, Head of Data Science at Starling Bank and Dr Jo Watts, CEO and Founder of Effini.