A member of Xantus Consulting has been named IT consultant of the year for
the second year running by the British Computer Society.
John Webb, senior consultant at Xantas won the award for his work with high
street pharmacy group Boots. Webb’s role involved advising the Nottingham
head-quartered business when Xantas replaced its data network for all locations
within the UK and Ireland.
The project was a success and all of the clients’ objectives were met, the
new data network delivered and a saving estimated at £9m made over the contract
Commenting on Webb’s achievement Steve Watmough, managing director, said:
‘John’s hard work and commitment is well demonstrated by the successful delivery
of this project, he deserves the recognition these prestigious awards will
Webb has been with the company since 2001, prior to that he was at electronic
data outsourcing company ADF.
On winning the award Webb said: ‘I am absolutely delighted to have received
this award, both personally and for Xantus.’
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